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Subject [CONF] Apache Connectors Framework > FAQ
Date Sun, 09 Jan 2011 23:56:00 GMT
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Comment added by Karl Wright:

The instructions also say, "if any", with respect to the define directory.  If the directory
is not present, then there are no defines from it.

You will have to include a define statement to point at the configuration area, but that is

In reply to a comment by $action.getUserFullName($parentComment.creatorName):
First, thx for the fast reply!
Sure I have read the "howTo". But if I build Manifold and follow the steps:

#- Deploy the war files in <MCF_HOME>/web/war to your application server.

#- Set the starting environment variables for your app server to include the -D commands found
in #<MCF_HOME>/web/define. The -D commands should be
#  of the form, "-D<file name>=<file contents>".

There is no such directory "define", so I can't guess which -D commands I have to use.

Also this steps "only" describes how to use Tomcat without Eclipse. In my understanding I
have to build Manifold manually each time inside Eclipse and after that I can restart Tomcat.
Is there an easy way to get an automatically build each time I start Tomcat inside Eclipse?
I'm used to have an Eclipse-Web-Project and add this to Tomcat so a deployment is done automatically.
Maybe is there a web based SVN-Checkout?

Sorry if my questions sounds tivial, but I'm a bit confused to set up manifold and Tomcat
within Eclipse correct.

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