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From "admin" <ad...@riskdecisions.com>
Subject RE: Simple WAR files
Date Fri, 30 Aug 2002 15:31:22 GMT
I know just what you mean!!! I got round the problem by starting to use ant.
Its war task is pretty straight forward

Best Wishes
John Burgess
john@riskdecisions.com
Tel: 01865 718666
Fax: 01865 718600


-----Original Message-----
From: James [mailto:softwaredev@dodo.com.au]
Sent: Friday, August 30, 2002 4:28 PM
To: Tomcat List
Subject: Simple WAR files


Hi,

I have read the documentation for writing web applications and distributing
them in WAR files, but now I am just more confused than ever. I'm looking
for a simple step by step tutorial on making WAR archives and making them
redistributable.

I know this so far:
- Directory structure; WEB-INF, WEB-INF/classes, etc and what they are used
for
- How to write servlets and JSPs, no worries there...

So now I need to know, what are the basic steps to make a very simple,
almost HelloWord.war type of application? How do I write an application
descriptor, and what do I do with it to make an application WAR file? What
are all the references to asking an administrator to assign a context path?
(I have no administrator, only my home computer and myself!)

Thanks,
James



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