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From Christian Gothe <>
Subject Re: TC4, mod_webapp, WebAppDeploy, Path to webapp
Date Fri, 02 Nov 2001 09:31:59 GMT
Hi Pier,


2001-11-02 11:31:58 
[org.apache.catalina.connector.warp.WarpConfigurationHandler] Cannot 
find "/var/tomcat4/webapps/home/<user>/html" for appl. 
"/home/<user>/html" host "<user>.localdomain"


<VirtualHost "<user>">
    DocumentRoot /home/<user>/html
    ServerName <user>.localdomain

    WebAppConnection  <user>conn      warp  localhost:8008
    WebAppDeploy      /home/<user>/html <user>conn  /


What shall I do now? I have no clue...

Tanks a lot,.

Pier Fumagalli wrote:

>Christian Gothe at wrote:
>>I seems to me that an application given in the "application name" parameter of
>>"WebAppDeploy" must be located in tomcat's webapps directory.
>>But, how can I use a absolut path in my filesystem instead?
>>WebAppDeploy     examples  conn  /examples/
>>/examples/ must be in TOMCAT_HOME/webapps!
>>What I would like to have:
>>WebAppDeploy     examples  conn  <root>/home/<user>/html
>>The "WEB-INF" directory is below "html".
>>My workaround is to set a symbolic link in the "webapps" dir. but that isn't
>>what I want. ;-) I like to configure all webapps in httpd.conf
>>Thanks for all answers,
>It's all the way around... It's
>WebAppDeploy /<root>/home/<user>/html conn /xxx/
>Where "/<root>/home/<user>/html" is the directory on the disk where your
>web-application resides, and /xxx/ is the URL path that you will have to put
>after your http://myserver/... In your browser's URL (such as
>http://server/xxx/ to access the webapp in /<root>/home/<user>/html on disk)
>BTW, there's a bug in the code distributed with TC4.0.1, make sure you get a
>nightly snapshot from
>    Pier
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