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From "Pablo Lopez" <pablo.lopez.soc...@gmail.com>
Subject How can applications be isolated in Tomcat?
Date Fri, 04 Apr 2008 03:30:53 GMT
Hi, 

I'm currently putting together a solution for an off-the-shelf document
management application that requires Tomcat to run a form design component.

I'd like to have a single Tomcat server supporting the production and five
non-production environments but isolate these instances. I’m hoping this
will give some isolation so non-prod doesn’t take prod off-line but that I
can also test new versions of the form design component in non-prod before
rolling it into prod.

It appears this could be done through virtual hosting and appbase settings
but this is way beyond my knowledge and I’m just architecting the solution.
I know we'll have to get a Tomcat expert in at some point in the future but
just wondered if I'm going down the right or wrong road here.

Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated and apologies if I got all
of the terminology wrong.

Regards, 

Pablo  

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