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Apache w/ Tomcat Servlet Container

 
Jeffrey Hunter
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Hi All,
Well, after numerous attempts to get support from my web hosting service, Oxxus.net, I'm thoroughly convinced that they have some automated support engine that parses your email, and generates a response based on the keywords it found -- what garbage!

My last email included a request for detailed information, or at least some direction as to finding a source of more information.

The response:
Normally, all you have to do is place the JAR file in your /lib directory.

What da @#$@^!

Anyhow, my question is this (thanks for putting up with my rant):

Oxxus.net is running Apache and Tomcat together. Now, normally, in my stand-alone Tomcat, I simply put my web apps in the webapps/ directory. I've done the same with the Apache/Tomcat server, but this does not work. I have the following directories:

var/www/html/ - basic html here
home/myHome/tomcat4/webapps - JSP/Servlet apps here?

This is the directory structure Oxxus.net has set up. I realize yours may be different, but can you offer any advice as to how and where I should deploy my JSP/Servlet apps on such a configuration?

Thanks again!
 
Mark Spritzler
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Normally, all you have to do is place the JAR file in your /lib directory.



Mark
 
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