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Tomcat config GUI

 
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Is there any possibility to configure Tomcat (and web applications) in an other way than manipulating by myself XML files (server.conf, web.xml).
Does anyone of you have ever developped a nice GUI to do that ?
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Hi! I was wondering the same thing. So far I haven't seen anything so I was considering creating a GUI in Java for the XML files. I shouldn't be that difficult just time consuming. :-)
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[ July 03, 2002: Message edited by: Matt Fury ]
 
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Make one, and send it to jakarta. It is open source, everyone can contribute!
 
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