Mivo

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Anybody here had successfully deployed Struts framework with Tomcat on cPanel?

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Vital

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Sure. But... You will need to make sure your tomcat is properly working with servlets (out-of-the-box cpanel installer leaves you with almost unusable tomcat).

And then, you will need to map *.do to ajp13 in the <VirtualHost > part of the apache config for your domain domain.
it will look like this:

JkMount /*.do ajp13

then restart apache, and voila ;)

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Mivo

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Originally posted by Vital
Sure. But... You will need to make sure your tomcat is properly working with servlets (out-of-the-box cpanel installer leaves you with almost unusable tomcat).
Sounds encouraging. :) Can you tell how to make Tomcat properly work with servlets on cPanel? What version of the installer did you install? 4.03 or 4.1?
 

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Sure. But... You will need to make sure your tomcat is properly working with servlets (out-of-the-box cpanel installer leaves you with almost unusable tomcat).
1// Each user upload the STRUTS or...

2// we need setup STRUTS to ALL customers? (As GD of PHP)

If(2){
PLEASE => How we setup STRUTS TO ALL USERS (Using TomCat)?
}

Thanks
 

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1// Each user upload the STRUTS or...

2// we need setup STRUTS to ALL customers? (As GD of PHP)

If(2){
PLEASE => How we setup STRUTS TO ALL USERS (Using TomCat)?
}

Thanks
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