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Locating static file inside Jboss server

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Hi

I am facing one interesting problem. I have got one xls file which should be placed in appropriate location under JBoss server folders. So that I can access it through url below

http://localhost:8080/MyFile.xls

THe idea is when I hit above url in browser it should open that excel file. I am not getting where should i keep excel file to work with above url.

Any one have faced this issue earlier? Any help is appreciated?

Cheers,
Shashi
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Put that in deploy --> jboss-web-deployer --> ROOT.war

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