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I am using jboss for a webserver, which file in the war directory holds the web configuration to update the website?   Like in IIS its web.config.  

Like in IIS its the web.config file.  Cant seem to locate it in jboss.

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Brad Howe earned 500 total points
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Hi,

There is a special WEB-INF directory in the deployment .war that contains the following files and directories if it is packaged properly.

/WEB-INF
web.xml - the web application deployment descriptor.
classes/  
lib/
tags/

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Hades666
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