This document is the home page of your Servlets.Net website. It is called index.jsp and is located at /var/www/vhosts/sun-chek.com/index.jsp. Your web server will automatically display this document if only your domain name or host name is requested and no file path is specified in the URL. If index.jsp does not exist, the web server will look for one of the following default document names and attempt to display them: index.html, index.htm, index.jsp, index.shtml, and index.php.

When you are ready to deploy your own site, simply create your own index.html file (or one of the other default documents). Either replace this file with your new index.html file or remove this file and upload your new default document. The content you put into your new default document should be the home page of your website. If you need to see this original document again, there is a copy of it called homepage.jsp in your web document root directory.


Account Basics

Account Name tgc
Web Root Location /var/www/vhosts/sun-chek.com/

Your Account Name should be included in all correspondence with Servlets.Net. It is the username you should use to connect to your account via SFTP or SSH.

The website you are viewing is located in the directory defined as the Web Root Location. This means that your default homepage document should be placed into this directory.

Technical Support

Technical Support Email Address

If you need any assistance or have any questions, please contact support@servlets.net. Make sure to specify your Servlets.Net Account Name in the email, preferably in the subject line of the email.

Emergency Support
Emergency Support Email Address

Servlets.Net Corporation has support engineers available 24/7 in case of emergencies. If you experience an emergency situation that is preventing your services from working properly, you can send email to support911@servlets.net. Please note that we consider network outages and service outages as emergencies. You should only use our emergency support in cases of a true system or network emergency such as a network failure, web server problem, database problem, or other service problems.

Emergency support should NOT be used if you are having difficulty with your own servlet engine or web application. Abuse of our emergency contact system will result in additional charges for after-hours emergency support.