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From "Caldarale, Charles R" <>
Subject RE: I have deployed build , using root user ,
Date Tue, 02 Jan 2007 05:38:06 GMT
> From: Vijay Hatewar [] 
> Subject: RE: I have deployed build , using root user ,
> I tried with "ant clean" from root, I got the message build is clean
> successfully. but when If I would deploy build using my 
> profile , I got the message build unsuccessful .

Sounds like the ownership and permissions on some of the Tomcat
directories are getting confused.  You may be able to straighten it out
with the manager app, but I suspect you're going to have to log on as
root to clean things up properly.  Then again, it could be something as
simple as a badly constructed webapp, which could also result in
deployment failure.

To access Tomcat's manager webapp, you'll need to have a userid defined
with a role name of manager in whatever authentication mechanism you're
using with Tomcat (by default, it's just the conf/tomcat-users.xml
file).  Then either bring up the Tomcat home page in your browser and
click on the Tomcat Manager link on the left side, or directly enter the
appropriate URL:

After entering an acceptable userid and password, you'll see a list of
applications, their statuses, and commands to use with them.  Below that
is an area you can use to deploy additional apps.

 - Chuck

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