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Tomcat Install

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by greengiant, Sep 3, 2003.

  1. greengiant

    greengiant Well-Known Member

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    Hi,

    I downloaded and installed the jsp-install-4.x.tar.gz from level 1 download area. I then modifed my httpd.conf file and restart apache. I dont see any reference to tomcat in WHM. It says mod_jk2 2.00 is installed uner the apache security/version table.. Tomcat does not show up under manage services.. What do i need to do

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    tomcat does not show up in the service manager. if you have "restart servlet engine" at the bottom and "install servlets" near the middle, then it's installed.

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    Thanks,

    I was just comming back to post that i was just blind this morning.. I should have gotten more sleep i guess... Thanks

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    Servlet

    I installed teh servlets to one of my domains. I looked in the /home/myuser/www directory expecting to find a WEB-INF directory to install java servlet applications to. But there is no such directory... Where do i install java servlet apps to?

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    Re: Servlet

    the WEB-INF directory does not get installed automatically. you have to create one manually. you could put one in the skeleton directory to have it added to all new accounts...

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    My firend told me that if you compile Java class, put it into WEB-INF and run it - Tomcat will cache it.

    But when you change the class - you will need to restart Tomcat.

    Is this true?

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