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From "Johnny Kewl" <j...@kewlstuff.co.za>
Subject Re: Hot deployment Using Tomcat
Date Thu, 31 Jul 2008 17:44:52 GMT

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From: "hisameer" <cool_sameer_for_u@yahoo.com>
To: <users@tomcat.apache.org>
Sent: Thursday, July 31, 2008 4:29 PM
Subject: Re: Hot deployment Using Tomcat


>
> Thanks for your reply Alessandro
>
> The autodeploy is set to true but but whenever my build process tries to
> delete the previous .war file and
> the exploded war (which is exploded by tomcat) from webapps directory I
> cannot delete them unless until I
> stop the server. I want to do this on the fly.
>
> This is where I am failing.

Try this... maybe it does what you want

http://localhost:8080/manager/deploy?localWar=file://PathToYourUnpackedWar&path=/ContextNameYouWant


and thats it... TC should do the rest ;)


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> Alessandro Ferrucci-3 wrote:
>>
>> autoDeploy is set to true by default in tomcat 6, make sure that this
>> attribute is set to "true" in the conf/server.xml.  If it is set to true,
>> then no matter if you're re-deploying a packed or un-packed war, it will
>> re-deploy should the timestamps on the web deployment descriptor change.
>>
>> On Wed, Jul 30, 2008 at 5:30 PM, hisameer
>> <cool_sameer_for_u@yahoo.com>wrote:
>>
>>>
>>> Hello Everyone
>>>
>>>
>>> I am using the following versions :
>>>
>>> Eclipse Version : Ganemede
>>> Tomcat Sysdeo Plugin(version 3.2.1)
>>> Tomcat Server(version 6.0.16)
>>>
>>> I have a build.xml file created which basically puts all the contents of
>>> a
>>> webproject.war into the location /workspace/dist/webproject or I can say
>>> I
>>> have an exploded war. I don't know what should I do inorder to deploy
>>> that
>>> exploded war to the tomcat server. Also I want to get rid of starting 
>>> and
>>> stoping the server over and over again. I should be able to delete the
>>> previous exploded war file and place the new one without stopping the
>>> server. Previously I was creating a war file and I was stopping the
>>> server
>>> manually and then I was deleting the war file under /webapps folder of
>>> Tomcat and then I was placing the new war file there and then I had to
>>> start
>>> the server again. But now as the project is growing big and we  want to
>>> have
>>> the flexibility in our project.
>>>
>>> We need the help regarding HOT Deployment. I read some online tutorials
>>> and
>>> tried to use them but no progress so for.
>>>
>>> Can you please tell me step by step process to achieve that goal.
>>>
>>>  Right now, I have the functionality of deleting the previous exploded
>>> war
>>> file and making a new exploded war file using my build.xml and placing 
>>> it
>>> into the /workspace/dist/ folder if there is some additional
>>> functionality
>>> needed please do let me know related to build.
>>>
>>> Thanks for YOUR help in advance . Please help me!
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>>
>>
>> -- 
>> Signed,
>> Alessandro Ferrucci :)
>>
>>
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