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Tomcat: Display a static page if missig application?

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I want to display a static html page to the user if he wants to access a missing application. The goal is to display this page while updating (redeploy) the application to Tomcat. If the application is available, the user must access the application.

Is there a possibility to do this?

posted Jan 3, 2014 by Kumar Mitrasen

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