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How to deploy my own directory in Tomcat?

 
Li Caocao
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I did deployment as below:
--webapp
|--myWeb
|--jsp
|--WEB-INF
|--classes
and modified server.xml in conf,
<Context path="/examples".....>
....
</Context>
<Context path="/myWeb" docBase="webapps/myWeb" debug="0"
reloadable="true" crossContext="true">
</Context>
However I still cannot run my own directory "myWeb".
 
Amit KumarS
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hiii
i think you only need to write
docBase="/myWeb"
instead of
docBase="webapps/myWeb"

and it should work...
Thanks
Amit
 
Mike Curwen
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Actually, drop the leading slash.

<Context path="/myWeb" docBase="myWeb" debug="0" ...>

Also, your WEB-INF directory must contain a web.xml file.

It can be virtually empty, containing only the following:

<web-app />

But the file must be there.
 
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