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From Björn Raupach <>
Subject Re: Need assistance on web application
Date Fri, 27 Nov 2015 15:14:10 GMT

Hi Subhro,

> On 27 Nov 2015, at 11:21, Subhro Paul <> wrote:
> Hi Team,
> We have a simple web application(Example : which don't 
> have any ".war" or ".ear". It's just have jsps, htmls, javascripts, css 
> and images inside a folder which is placed in webapps of Tomcat. Now we 
> are developing a complext module which will be referred from the same 
> application with same url, like "". For that 
> we will create a new war or ear file as necessary like 
> "complexModule.war".
> how can we configure our website in tomcat so that we can refer the new 
> application as "” ?

So your current web application is in a folder ROOT? That is Tomcat’s way
of deploying to the root context of a host.

Any other folders are reachable just by folder names. war-files are usually
exploded to directories first.

For example, if your host is <> and the webapps
has the following two folders:


Then you can access the two web applications through a browser with
the following URLs <> for ROOT <> for complexModule

> Note:- Contents present in "" will be as it is and will not 
> be zipped in "war" or "ear". Only new contents for "complexModule" will 
> have war/ear and will placed as per required configuration.
> Thanks & Regards
> Subhro Paul
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