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Hi,

I've recently set up an apache webserver using the latest version of xampp and added and connected Tomcat. Everything seems to be working fine. I have opened a port on my router to give me access to it over the internet.

I have then installed NetBeans 6.0.1 and followed the Introduction to Developing Web Applications Tutorial to create the HelloWeb Project (http://www.netbeans.org/kb/60/web/quickstart-webapps.html).

Having configured Tomcat in Netbeans I can build and run this with no problems. My question is this, how do I properly deploy this to the web server? I can't figure out how to access the contents of the webapps folder outside localhost.

Any suggestions?

Thanks for your time,
 
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