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Hello all,
We are migrating from iPlanet 4.1 to Tomcat 5. In iPlanet 4.1, our directory structure looked like this:

The html/content directory was the root of our document base, and our classes were in WEB-INF/classes/.
Now, I've set up a Tomcat 5 service, with the application base to /netscape, and the documentbase to platform (so it is pointing to /netscape/platform).
Everything works fine, except for our jsp pages. We use includes in our jsp pages, like <%@ include file="/procedures/pageName.jsp"> which used to work fine, but now our html document base (or document root, I don't know the correct name) seems to be /netscape/platform, so the includes don't work any longer!
How can I set the document root to /netscape/platform/html/content, without breaking the servlets? (I already changed the web.xml, the ROOT.xml, etc, but the effect of changing the document base or document root was that the servlets no longer worked!)
Thanks for any ideas, at the moment I'm clueless!
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