htaccess is a file for Apache servers which governs how URLs will route.
You could say that the equivalent functions are handled by web.xml
I hope this is helpful! If you have a specific question about these files
and their uses, feel free to consult the documentation in depth and of
course ask here. I'll be happy to assist.
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On Monday, September 19, 2016 at 9:09:36 AM UTC-4, Rajesh Gupta wrote:
> We are using java appengine.
> We are doing the seo for our website.
> The website is also setup using cloudflare for ssl purpose. http is
> redirected to https using the cloudflare page rules.
> Here is what the SEO specialist is expecting and asking us to configure
> the htaccess file.
> https://www.gainerp.com/index.html to https://www.gainerp.com
> www.gainerp.com/index.html to https://www.gainerp.com
> What is the equivalent of htaccess file for java appengine standard
> environment. How the above can be configured
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