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From "Whitcomb, Roger" <>
Subject RE: tomcat deployment
Date Tue, 30 Apr 2002 15:57:23 GMT
When I have done this, I shutdown Tomcat, deleted the directory and restarted Tomcat again.
 This worked fine.  But, I believe there is a way with the "Manager" app that you can do it,
and I believe there is a setting in the server.xml that will enable automatic updates (at
the expense of extra checking on every access to see if the file is new).  So, I would search
the Tomcat docs . . . .

Roger Whitcomb
Computer Associates
Senior Software Engineer
Phone: +1 408 965 8653
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-----Original Message-----
From: Nathan Coast []
Sent: Monday, April 29, 2002 11:50 PM
To: Tomcat Users List
Subject: Re: tomcat deployment


> It seems you are looking for a difficult way.
> I think the easiest way would be having some ant targets that put your war files in TOMCAT_HOME/webapps.
Don't forget to have unpackWARs to be true in the Host element (in server.xml).

does this work for updates to the war file?  If I update the war file 10 times, 
will re-copying the file to the webapps directory re-deploy the webapp?


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