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How to configure Apache Tomcat so I do not need to specify the port address in every pages?

It looks really boring to me!

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Please edit this question and provide more detail about what you have set up and what you want. – Paul Aug 10 '12 at 13:25
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You have to change your port number to 80. For this go to conf/server.xml file in your catalina home directory. Search the server.xml file for 8080 and change it to 80. Default port of tomcat server is 8080 if you will change it to 80, you need not specify port address everytime.

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