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I'm changing the Server Base URL (currently set to http://localhost:8090) to have my users access from their web browser. How would I verify if my Confluence is running on a non-root context path? What would be my URL?

I'm changing the Server Base URL (currently set to http://localhost:8090) to have my users access from their web browser. How would I verify if my Confluence is running on a non-root context path? What would be my URL?

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Hi Oscar,
If you were using a non-root context path it would be something like http://mysite.com/Confluence or http://mysite/wiki. Right now, if you can access via http://localhost:8090 which means you are using a root context path. The context path is the additional text after the / and can be configured in the server.xml file.

Cheers,
Andrew Campbell

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