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From Tino Schöllhorn <>
Subject Re: Multiple Tomcat-Instances problem
Date Sun, 29 Jan 2006 08:52:54 GMT

thanks for the discussion. So far I think I should just use 2 copies of 
the tomcat distribution. But honestly I'd prefer the other way.

1.) By classpath I mean the classpath of a web-application.

2.) Evidence is: I have two web-applications "kos", which are the same 
but should use different configuration files which are located in the 
classes folder. But the tomcat-instance 2 is using the settings of 
tomcat-instance 1.

With regards

Caldarale, Charles R wrote:
>> From: news [] On Behalf Of Tino Schöllhorn
>> Subject: Multiple Tomcat-Instances problem
>> But now I noticed that those 2 instances are 
>> using the same classes and the same classpath,
>> which they should'nt.
> A couple of questions:
> 1) What do you mean by "classpath"?  An application (context) under Tomcat does not use
a classpath in the typical Java sense.
> 2) What is the evidence for your observation that the same classes are being loaded under
both Tomcat instances?
>> Tomcat 1 is working normally. But Tomcat 2 is using the same 
>> classes and libraries as Tomcat 1 in a context which is named
>> "kos" respectively.
> Does this app have a <Context> element somewhere with an explicit docBase attribute?
>  - Chuck
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