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From "zuhans@iname.com" <zuh...@iname.com>
Subject Re: does tomcat work without apache? ... a real beginner asks some basic!?
Date Thu, 23 Oct 2003 17:57:50 GMT
hi,

i tried the path="" with my tomcat, and the result was the same. how 
does this "http://yourserver:yourport" work in "real"-life: must i do 
several tomcat-installation, shall there be more "<host..." entries or 
more "<engine..."s??

please give me one more hint!

thank you
hans

Shapira, Yoav schrieb:

>Howdy,
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>>with the paths: isn't it so, that "docBase=..." means, that all my
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>links
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>>would be added to this entry? and why does it work in netbeans (i tried
>>to find any differences but i didn't!)?
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>No.  Be careful to note the difference between a context's path and its
>docBase.  You probably want a context whose path is "", so that people
>can point their browser at http://yourserver:yourport/ and see your
>webapp.
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>Why it works in NetBeans is probably because NetBeans deploys your
>webapp to the "" context by default.  I'm not familiar enough with
>NetBeans to comment further.
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>>tell me, that i mustn't recode all my links!
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>You should have coded them relatively in the first place to avoid this
>problem.  Setting the context path to "" will save you the need to
>rewrite your links.
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>>and: installing my files under a domain: isn't it allowed(?) too, to
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>say
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>>"/formats.css"??
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>It is allowed.  Whether it makes sense to the container or not depends
>on your configuration.
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>Yoav Shapira
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