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Multiple projects integration

Daia Yum
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Joined: Mar 23, 2009
Posts: 19
I have 5 dynamic web projects developed in eclipse 3.5. How do I deploy them in a single tomcat server so that I can navigate from one page in one project to different page in different project. Thanks in advance.


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Christopher Nortje
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Joined: Jul 09, 2010
Posts: 16
It depends on the reason why you need to navigate from one web app page to another web app’s page. If they are highly dependent on each other you could restructure your project as multiple modules and package it as a single application (this allows you to have a shared session). An alternative would be to pass context as part of the URL. If no context needs to be passed you could simply redirect to another application page. Could you provide an example?
Are these portlets on tomcat, what portal are you using (liferay on tomcat)?
 
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