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A quick fix the swinglabs.org web site.

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Anonymous

I just went to "http://swinglabs.org" and got a directory listing. I
happened to notice that there was an "index.jsp" and clicked on that
directory entry and got to what I believe is the real web site.

A simple fix would be to change the web server configuration's "default
page" list to include "index.jsp" so the web server would deliver the
proper page without user help.

Without this I would expect that some visitors would not get to the real
web site and all visitors would get a better first impression.
[charles.simon.vcf]
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rbair
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Hey Charles,

I'll look into it. I've been a bit confused because the server wasn't having any issues before. I wonder if it is something in the web.xml, instead of the server?

Richard

Joshua Marinacci

It should be fixed now. There were two web.xml files and we were
editing the wrong one. :)

- J

On Jun 8, 2006, at 9:18 AM, jdnc-interest@javadesktop.org wrote:

> Hey Charles,
>
> I'll look into it. I've been a bit confused because the server
> wasn't having any issues before. I wonder if it is something in the
> web.xml, instead of the server?
>
> Richard
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