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From "Cooperstock, Dan" <>
Subject RE: web.xml help
Date Mon, 30 Sep 2002 21:15:21 GMT
What you are suggesting doesn't sound very safe without using a source code
control system.

What we do is to have each developer have a local copy of Tomcat on their
PC, with their own copy of the source code for the web app. That copy is a
sandbox, copied out of the master project in the source code control system
(MKS Source Integrity). When they want to edit a file, they check it out to
their sandbox, work on it, then check it back in to the main project.

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> From: 	Anthony Smith[]
> Reply To: 	Tomcat Users List
> Sent: 	Monday, September 30, 2002 5:10 PM
> To: 	Tomcat Users List
> Subject: 	web.xml help
> Let me explain my problem just in case there is another solution...
> In my Tomcat enviroment, there may be several developers working on one
> webapp, but I want each one of the developers to use their own web.xml or
> some variant of it. Is this possible?
> So for developer 1's folder he can drop his xml file in the WEB-INF folder
> and have access to all its properties, but still have access to web.xml as
> well as the other xml files that may be in existence...
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