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Deploy webapplication on linux redhat

 
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how to deploy webapplication on red hat linux 5.0 and where to deploy. can you tell me the method or the directory location where to extract the abc.war file ???
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Hi,

All you need is Tomcat.

Put the whole extracted directory or the WAR file inside the webapps sub directory of your Tomcat.

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but i want to give access to client to the webapplication on the internet and not on the intranet.
 
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You bind Tomcat to a port as part of the setup anyway, otherwise you wouldn't be able to access it at all. By default sockets are accessible over the network from Linux, so provided you have an Internet connection from your server it should be fine (you may need to configure IPs/hostnames in Tomcat, so read the documentation). I don't really see that we can advise you how to get a connection from your server to the Internet in a Java forum (you need to make sure there is an Internet-accessible IP address assigned to your server first, and that the chosen port for Tomcat isn't firewalled off). You'd need to give the details to your network administrator.
 
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