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From "Alexander E Genaud">
Subject Re: Context.xml
Date Wed, 19 Apr 2006 14:12:46 GMT

Note that I can use the admin/deployer and reference my test.xml
Context fragment, and that works. But I hope to live deploy using the
Context fragment only (no clicking). Is this not possible?

I can stop the server and create a file in conf/Catalina/HOSTNAME to
achieve what I am looking for, but have not seen this mentioned in the
documentation so I am leary about this technique.



debug="0" />

after deploying creates:


which can be modified for the next restart

b.xml points to C:\c

and I can see the contents at http://localhost/b


On 4/19/06, Alexander E Genaud <> wrote:
> Hello,
> I am having trouble deploying a webapp residing outside of the webapps
> directory. I've added deployXML="true" to <Host /> in an otherwise
> standard conf/server.xml on Windows XP with Tomcat 5.0 and 5.5. I've
> created a file called test.xml in webapps:
> <Context
>   path="/test" docBase="C:\mydir" debug="0">
> </Context>
> *with and without the ResourceLink found in the documentation.
> Restarting the server seems to have no effect. I see nothing in the
> log that indicates either SUCCESS nor FAILURE. Any suggestions?
> Thanks,
> Alex
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