NetBeans and JSP pages

I'm using the netBeans IDE to develope my project and the project is web application. But I've a problems with this IDE.
Q1. The default page is index.html and the default home for the project is say $HOME, when I write http://localhost:8084/$HOME/index.html the browser displace error message. I've to run this file from the netBeans. Do I need to run netBeans and run the file from the IDE to access the index.html file?
Q2. The second problem is; once I run the index file from the netBeans and then use this address http://localhost:8084/$HOME i.e if I remove the index.html file form the URL the Browser displays all the files that I've in my project but I don't won't this to happend. Is there any means to avoid this problem?
Thank you indavance.

I'm using the netBeans IDE to develope my project and
the project is web application. But I've a problems
with this IDE.If you are new to application development, then I recommend not using any IDE - it is better to configure everything manually http://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-6.0-doc/appdev/index.html to understand what's going on under the hood.
Once you understand what's going on, then it will be much easier to configure your IDE.
Q1. The default page is index.html and the default
home for the project is say $HOME, when I write
http://localhost:8084/$HOME/index.html the browser
displace error message. I've to run this file from
the netBeans. Do I need to run netBeans and run the
file from the IDE to access the index.html file?Check this with NetBeans User Mailing List
Q2. The second problem is; once I run the index file
from the netBeans and then use this address
http://localhost:8084/$HOME i.e if I remove the
index.html file form the URL the Browser displays all
the files that I've in my project but I don't won't
this to happend. Is there any means to avoid this
problem?
Thank you indavance.

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