How to modify root of the localhost URL

I'm running JIRA 6.4 WAR running under tomcat. how can i modify the URL to remove the /jira ?

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Find the <jira install>/conf/server.xml file and edit it, removing the context part of the connector (change "/jira" to "").

i did this but it's still the same. Perhaps because I'm accessing it by typing

Maybe there are other things i need to configure?

Was able to resolve it by renaming war filename to ROOT along with some modifications on server.xml file.

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