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christine lorraine
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hi all,
i created a web application in java. i created a directory "MyApplication" inside public-html and placed the standard directory settings (e.g. WEB-INF) inside "MyApplication". and it worked fine.
but now, after three months of implementation, something went wrong, the jsps are being displayed but the engine can not seem to find the servlets. i contacted our hosting provider's tech support and he advised me to place the web applications outside public-html. can someone teach me how to do it? is there really a conflic in the web applications?
if that is the cause will someone teach me how to place my web applications outside public-html...
im also open for other possible causes and workarounds. thank you very much.
 
Rick Salsa
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I'm assuming that the server is a unix server if he's asking you to put it outside public_html. Did he say where to put it exactly? If it it suppose to go outside of public_html, you could do this:
mv MyApplication ../
at a command line. Do you have shell access, or do you ftp your files in??
/rick
 
christine lorraine
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im using ftp.
i have 3 web applications.
how will i create my conf file?
thanks.
 
Rick Salsa
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Which app server is it??
/rick
 
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