Application Context Root

I am using WebLogic 10. My application context path is at C:\workspace\ple\public_html. I have chosen to name the application as "ple". After deploying, I found that I need to access the application this way:

http://localhost:7001/public_html/login.jsp

I thought that since the application name is "ple", I should be able to access it as:

http://localhost:7001/ple/login.jsp

But the above is actually invalid. So how do I configure it so that I can access it as http://localhost:7001/ple/login.jsp ?
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yongsingAsked:
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girionisConnect With a Mentor Commented:
The tag should be the context-root tag.
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girionisCommented:
How did you name your war file? WebLogic takes the context root from the name of the war file.
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yongsingAuthor Commented:
I did not use a war file. I just put my stuff in C:\workspace\ple\public_html, and in WebLogic's console, under Deployment, I just specify the path of the application as "C:\workspace\ple\public_html".
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girionisCommented:
Can you not change it from the console? Can you try changing it fromthe weblogic.xml file? There should be a context-root element.
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yongsingAuthor Commented:
Yes, I can certainly change it from weblogic.xml. Do you know exactly what is the tag to change? I can't seem to find the description for weblogic.xml for WebLogic 10.
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yongsingAuthor Commented:
Thanks girionis!

I added the following in weblogic.xml:

ple

and now I can access the application as:

http://localhost:7001/ple/login.jsp 
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girionisCommented:
Thanks for accepting, glad I was of help :)
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