Tim Cooke wrote:A WAR file is a Web Application Resource so you'll need a Servlet Container to deploy it into. Something like Apache Tomcat.
Thanks .The war file was stripped down to check the availabity of the required items as suggested by you
through the java traditonal method as shown below (round about way perhaps)and confirm
ie to say the war contains a servlet.jar and web.xml
Now with these two irems the task is to know how to put the web into the servlet-container that
might be available in the servler.jar (Without Tomcat)
What coomands to use so that my fully fledged war may be successfully deployed
Also what if servlet.jar does not contain this.
Comal Rajagopalaratnam Muthukumar wrote:The war file was stripped down to check the availabity of the required items as suggested by you
I suggested what now? I don't think you understood me because that was not what I was getting at at all.
Apache Tomcat is a separate application consisting of a web server and the facility to take a WAR file and deploy it as a Web application. The WAR does not contain Tomcat, or any other web server.
The website for Apache Tomcat has all the documentation and tutorials you'll need to know how to deploy your WAR with Tomcat.
Tomcat is not helpfull as I tried the build file
But on some alteratoions
The build file is ablr to show success through echo message only
Any suggestion please to use tomcat successfuuly
Read at least the Introduction, Setup, and First Web Application sections.
Your valuable suggestion at the crucial time enabled me to re do of the whole lot of the tomcat operation
and the output was also a success.The web that was deployed by tomcat is enclosed (screenploto)
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