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== How to Modify Context Path? ==
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== Modifying a Context Path ==
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When the WTP Dynamic Web Project mywebapp was created, the context path used the name of this project (''mywebapp''). It is possible to change the contextPath name. To change a contextPath name, complete the following steps.
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<li>Open the launch and go to the Modules tab.
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When WTP Dynamic Web Project mywebapp was created, teh context path used is teh name of this project (mywebapp). But it's possible to change the contextPath name. To do that, open the launch and go at Modules tab. Select the mywebapp module and click on Edit button :
 
  
 
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Change path with webapp :
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<li>Select the '''mywebapp''' module and click '''Edit'''.
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</li>The Edit Web Module dialog box opens.
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Save the launch, start the server and now you can go at http://localhost:8080/webapp/
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<li>Change the path to''' /webapp'''.
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<li>Click '''OK'''.
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<li>Save the launch and start the server.
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</li> Now you can open the web application at <nowiki> http://localhost:8080/webapp/. </nowiki>

Latest revision as of 15:18, 23 April 2013



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Support for this feature has been dropped with Jetty 9.
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Modifying a Context Path

When the WTP Dynamic Web Project mywebapp was created, the context path used the name of this project (mywebapp). It is possible to change the contextPath name. To change a contextPath name, complete the following steps.

  1. Open the launch and go to the Modules tab.

  2. Jetty-wtp-context1.jpg


  3. Select the mywebapp module and click Edit.
  4. The Edit Web Module dialog box opens.


    Jetty-wtp-context2.jpg


  5. Change the path to /webapp.
  6. Click OK.
  7. Save the launch and start the server.
  8. Now you can open the web application at http://localhost:8080/webapp/.