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From Rickard Öberg <>
Subject Re: Accessing Tomcat classes
Date Wed, 21 May 2003 03:51:18 GMT
Filip Hanik wrote:
> I meant the global listeners, maybe I'm wrong, but the code in
> StandardHostDeployer looks like this
>             host.fireContainerEvent(PRE_INSTALL_EVENT, context);
>             host.addChild(context);
>             host.fireContainerEvent(INSTALL_EVENT, context);
> so if you have a listener assigned to your host, then you will receive this,
> and this is global to the host, not a context listener as the spec suggest

Ok, I see. But, then the original question is still unanswered: how do I 
get my classes to access the Tomcat classes so that I can get the above 
"host" object. Where do I put catalina.jar? If it's in the standard 
location my servlet classes can't see it.


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