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From Mark Thomas <ma...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Two applications, one in a sub folder - Urgent help needed
Date Fri, 25 Jun 2010 10:56:33 GMT
On 25/06/2010 11:50, Pid wrote:
> On 25/06/2010 11:46, abhishek jain wrote:
>> hi
>> thanks for the email,
>> but the path is like
>>   /usr/local/share/apps
>>
>> and for the second application:
>>
>>   /usr/local/share/apps/app2
>>
>> i mean it is a subfolder.
>>
>> will this still work?
> 
> Depends which Tomcat version you actually have.  I don't think
> multilevel paths are supported in 5.0.n, (but I might be wrong).

It isn't (but that doesn't matter). Overlapping values for docBase are
never valid. This configuration cannot work.

Mark

> 
> 
> p
> 
>> 2010/6/25 Paweł Zuzelski <z@xatka.net>
>>
>>> No, it is not „Urgent” for anyone but you. If you one it to be
>>> urgent for anyone else, pay for it :)
>>>
>>>> Dear friends,
>>>> I have a website in Struts 1.2 and i want to install another Struts
>>>> application made by me, in a subfolder of the website. I don't know will
>>>> this work,
>>>> Both are struts 1.2 applications.
>>>> I am using apache 2.x and  Tomcat 5, on Cpanel , linux centos 5.5.
>>>
>>> I would define context of these applications explicite in Catalina
>>> config. I mean:
>>>
>>> unpack your war files into some directories, let say:
>>>   /usr/local/share/app1
>>>   /usr/local/share/app2
>>>
>>> then create files
>>>
>>> (home_of_your_tomcat_installation)/tomcat/conf/Catalina/localhost/app.xml
>>>
>>> (home_of_your_tomcat_installation)/tomcat/conf/Catalina/localhost/app#subapp.xml
>>>
>>> app.xml should be something like:
>>> <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
>>> <Context path="/app" docBase="/usr/local/share/app1" privileged="false"
>>> allowLinking="true">
>>> </Context>
>>>
>>> app#subapp.xml:
>>> <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
>>> <Context path="/app/subapp" docBase="/usr/local/share/app2"
>>> privileged="false" allowLinking="true">
>>> </Context>
>>>
>>> Note that “path” attribute must match xml context file name (note:
>>> '/' becomes '#' in filename)
>>>
>>> Hope it helps.
>>>
>>
> 
> 




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