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Adding a remote server (tomcat 5.5) to netbeans 5.5

Bageshwar Pratap Narain
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Joined: Mar 04, 2009
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My development environment is windows. Now i need my web app to be tested on a Linux platform, which is some remote machine.
Is it possible to add the tomcat instance running on a separate Linux, to my nb5.5(on windows), so that i am saved from the pain of manually adding the .war to the Linux's tomcat.
I would like to tell, that I don't want to install netbeans in Linux.


Bageshwar.Pratap.Narain
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Leandro Coutinho
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