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From "Ralph Einfeldt" <>
Subject AW: Tomcat for Large Team Size
Date Tue, 13 Nov 2001 09:53:43 GMT
Depends on how you organize the team and the work.
- Does the team work on one project
- What kind of team members do you have?
  For a marketing internet site your team members
  will have a different qualification than for
  e.g. business application with uses web technology
- How many developers work together on one topic

Our approach:
  - One web server instance for 2-3 developers.
    This is not a fixed rule. If the downtime of the 
    server grows to big for the other workers on this 
    server the team is split further.
  - Minimize the number of machines that run the
    server. Ideally there is just one machine.
    (install servlet engine and Apache once with several 
  - Use version management (cvs) for every part of the 
    project (config files, jsp's, beans, images, ...)
  - Use scripts to setup a web server instance from the 
    repository with minimal manual interactions.
  - Use these script to integrate often (Up to several 
    times a day)

  As we havn't migrated our scripts from JServ to Tomcat
  I can't give you specific advice for tomcat.

> -----Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: BacardiWasabi []
> Gesendet: Dienstag, 13. November 2001 09:53
> An: Tomcat Users List
> Betreff: Tomcat for Large Team Size
> Here is my situation
> We have a large team size 20-30. We willbe using
> Tomcat 4.0 on 2000. 
> a) Do u install stand alone tomcat on each developer
> machine? Will it be a good idea? In that case, config
> files (web.xml/servler.xml etc) should be in synch
> with others. This may lead to problems
> b) Or Can we have one instance of tomcat running
> central. And each developer sharring one port. so that
> he(developer) can restart/restop that port. How do u
> achieve this
> c) Any other good method to implement tomcat on large
> size project
> and last any link to good docs on Team Development
> using Tomcat
> thanks
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