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From Jeff Genender <>
Subject Re: A Tomcat deployment question
Date Sun, 06 Feb 2005 14:14:54 GMT

I think this is now rectified for you.

First there was a bug in the TomcatModuleBuilder that failed on schema 
validation.  I fixed that and the DebugConfig will be built properly 
during the assembly build for tomcat.

However, there is now an additional comment/un-comment you must do 
before building assembly if you want to run Tomcat.  You need to edit 
the j2ee-runtime-deployer-plan.xml as well as the j2ee-deployer-plan.xml.

I added a commented-out Tomcat section in the 
j2ee-runtime-deployer-plan.xml.  You need to uncomment that, then 
comment out the WebBuilder for Jetty right below it.  I added a comment 
there describing this as well.

I will try to get this in the Wiki shortly.

After this, it should be alot less painful to get Tomcat running.

Let us know how this works for you.


anita kulshreshtha wrote:
> Hi,
>      I am doing the following -
> 1. Do a regular build.
> 2.start the server by starting DebugConsole,
> RuntimeDeployer and Tomcat.
> 3. From another window modify the RuntimeDeployer
> configuration to accept TomcatModuleBuilder as
> WebBuilder using 
> java -jar bin\deployer.jar
> ..\plan\j2ee-runtime-deployer-plan.xml
> 4.  A ^C saves this RuntimeDeployer in the persistent
> store in another location. 
> 5  Now when I restart the server as in 2 , I can run
> DebugConsole as well as deploy wars For tomcat using
> java -jar bin\deployer.jar. I do this to test
> TomcatModuleBuilder. 
>     Is there a better way to accomplish this? 
> Jacek, How do you run TomcatModuleBuilder ? 
> Anita
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Jeff Genender

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