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From "Gustav Wiberg" <>
Subject Re: Connection between Tomcat and JSP
Date Wed, 03 May 2006 19:33:48 GMT

I have now started Tomcat and accessed the Tomcat-default page

But I can't figure out  where the default page is located

Through Tomcat default-page, I look at a few examples and the jsp-examples 
succesfully executes! :-)

I can't found the map jsp-examples (but obviously it exists)
I can't found any index.jsp (that ought to be the default Tomcat-page?)

I tried to replace the ischolare_webcourse to the ROOT-map, but there seems 
to be no change ):

What can I be doing doing wrong?

Best regards
Gustav Wiberg

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "David Smith" <>
To: "Tomcat Users List" <>
Sent: Wednesday, May 03, 2006 1:53 PM
Subject: Re: Connection between Tomcat and JSP

> The "root" folder in tomcat is R00T (all caps, tomcat is case sensitive) 
> and you need to replace the whole webapp ROOT with your iScholar webapp. 
> Just copying the iScholar webapp to the webapps/ROOT folder won't do it. 
> Basically, just trash or rename ROOT, then copy iScholar to the webapps 
> folder renaming it ROOT.  Then restart tomcat.  After that, if you haven't 
> changed anything in server.xml, you should be able to see iScholar by 
> accessing http://localhost:8080  in your favorite web browser.
> -- David
> Gustav Wiberg wrote:
>> Hi!
>> I'm a newbie using this Tomcat-application. I figured out that it is a 
>> application that in some way acts as a containter for Java-applications? 
>> (like Apache Server could as a a containter for PHP?) Don't know if I 
>> have got this right or not.
>> I have Windows XP Pro Edition. I have installed an application called 
>> ischolar Courseware, that relies on Tomcat and the webroot were installed 
>> under C:\tomcat\webapps\root\
>> I don't know how i activate so I can run jsp-applications from 
>> C:\tomcat\webapps\root\   The Apache Tomcat service is running as a 
>> service.
>> Is it any setting for the Apace Tomcat server?
>> (Don't know if this is useful, but I have the Apace-server running at the 
>> root c:\webb\ where I can run PHP-applications.)
>> Best regards
>> /Gustav Wiberg
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