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senthil raja
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Hi all.
Is tomcat available for win'98
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Senthil
 
Madhav Lakkapragada
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yes.
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senthil raja
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Hello Satya.
Thanks
Where can i get the setup bundle
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Senthil
 
Madhav Lakkapragada
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thanks for asking. i was expecting this would
be the follow-up qstn. I hate to be disappointed...
you can get it at http://www.apache.org Goto
Jakarta projects and one of them should be a
link to tomcat.
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U should download tomcat4 beta5.0 bcoz normal available tomcat3.xx is not supporting some of the API from Servlet2.3x.
I hope u find it from the same site as above.
 
senthil raja
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Hello Satya.
Thank You Very Much.
I have downloaded the zip file and unzipped it into C:\
and done all the instructions.
Now tomcat is working in my machine as standalone server.
iam getting all the following html and jsp pages
http://localhost:8080/examples http://localhost:8080/test http://localhost:8080/admin
I need to know how can i integrate my apllication into tomcat.
And also i checked docs on this and found three approaches;
Can you suggest the easy way of using application with tomcat.
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Senthil
 
senthil raja
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Hello Satya.
Tomcat is quite fast !
I have Integrated my application with tomcat by adding context path in server.xml
Can you tell me which of the following method is better and what is advantage in using WAR;
1. Copying the web application archive file into directory $TOMCAT_HOME/webapps/.
2. Add a <Context> entry in the Tomcat server.xml configuration file
**My next mission is to install and configure the same on Linux with Apache, MYSQL which i feel some what tough.
Please help me with your ideas.
Regards
Senthil
 
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