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Tomcat Restrict Http Access to a folder in webapp

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I am using Tomcat 5.5.17. I am trying to restrict my website from accessing the files inside a folder called conf. Does anyone knows how to block user on seeing any files in http://localhost/conf/

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Thanks for your suggestion on Filter. However, I found out a way to setup security constraint in web.xml configuration file. That's easier.
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Ok, you should ask CS to delete this question.
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