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From "David Brown" <da...@davidwbrown.name>
Subject Re: Tomcat manager
Date Fri, 01 Feb 2008 23:38:00 GMT
An undeploy removes the (dot).war. The dot war is all that defines a well-behaved J2EE application
on Tomcat. The only residue is what was the app doing in terms of further network connections:
databases? JDBC, file uploads, web services, etc. HTH.

Scott McClanahan wrote ..
> Is there any difference between an undeploy and a stop of a web
> application other than the fact that an undeploy removes the application
> contents from the file system?  Is there any type of additional clean up
> of sessions or objects that occur during an undeploy that don't occur
> during a stop of a web application?  Thanks.
> 
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