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I have use the J2EE deploy tool to construct my projects. I then place the EAR file directly into the JRun folder where it is automatically hot deployed. When I test it on the internal network, it works great. However, when I now try it with my domain I get some problems. I have followed the following example from Macromedia:
http://www.macromedia.com/support/jrun/ts/documents/tn18348.htm
It always seems to invoke the files located in the main document root of the Apache server (even when I use the document root of the virtualhost). Now if I were to expang the EAR file, then it begins to work (with some troubles). I really want to use the archive file from Apache.
Does anyone have any more suggestions?
 
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moving this to the Apache forum -- hopefully they can help you out there.
The main thing I'd look at is what are the differences between your testing environment and your production environment? If the same file works one place and not the other -- I would think there must be something different about the environments themselves.
 
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