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where does servlet run in tomcat 6 Server.?

Jack Doson
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Actually, I am running my own web application in tomcat.. in that application i placed those servlet in saperate package..!

Its deploying properly properly..! and while running "as far as my knowledge it will run in main application directory..!

I mean to say [webapps/omcabs} , here om cabs is my application name..!

In that application i used keman[package name.!].

where does these servlets placed in keman package will run..(i mean in which folder..?)

if any body post replay than thanks for help.!


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Peter Johnson
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Are you asking what the "current working directory" is for your web application? I think that when running in Tomcat, the current working directory for all web applications is tomcat_home/bin. Why? Because the current working directory is an operating system concept that relates to the process, which in this case is the JVM, and the JVM is started from tomcat_home/bin.


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