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From Pid <...@pidster.com>
Subject Re: Running Tomcat as a Standalone desktop Application
Date Mon, 02 Apr 2012 12:22:35 GMT
On 02/04/2012 12:37, DaveNoth wrote:
> Yes,  On a company owned windows server we would control the server setup.
> (What software is installed and how it is configured)   We are planning to
> distribute to individually owned machines in which we can not control what
> is installed. They may have software installed that interferes with a
> TomCat/Web App setup.  We are hoping for someone who has had experiences
> doing this that can provide "best practices" or Do's and Don'ts based upon
> their experience.   I also see that embedded TomCat may also be an option. 
> Would that be a better approach?   Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Better approach than what?  You haven't really explained...

I'm not sure there'll be any best practices, beyond common sense ones.


p


P.S. It's Tomcat, not TomCat.


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