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From Jonathan Mast <jhmast.develo...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Tomcat Manager sees distribution directories as applications
Date Mon, 02 Nov 2009 22:26:48 GMT
Thanks Chris, I'm now just pointing the appBase to an empty directory and
everything looks great.  A lot easier than reorganizing my server setup.
Although I do agree with everyone that that approach (each Host has it's own
dir) is more *correct* the complexity of it just too much for my
organization at this moment.


On Mon, Nov 2, 2009 at 3:16 PM, André Warnier <aw@ice-sa.com> wrote:

> Jonathan Mast wrote:
>
>> /
>> --/webapps
>> -----/host_<MY_HOST>
>> -------/<MY_CONTEXT>
>>
>>  Is it not more like
> server
>    -- Host1
>        --webapps
>            -- manager
>            -- your app 1
>            -- your app 2
>            -- others
>    -- Host2
>        --webapps
>            -- manager
>            -- your app3 (maybe the same as app 1 above)
>            -- others
> ?
>
> Maybe you did not exactly grasp what Chuck was asking you, which was "what
> are you trying to achieve" ? (.. with the Tomcat Manager application)
> As far as I know, the Manager allows you to :
> - list the applications that exist
> - start and stop these applications
> - undeploy and application
> - deploy an application
> (all of that "within a Host", and using a nice interactive web page).
> Not necessarily for me, but in the grand Tomcat scheme of things, these
> look like relatively simple things, that could be done with something else.
>
>
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