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I am in process of developing a site. And i have to upload it, or rather host it. So, what all things i need to configure in tomcat? My application consist of servlets, and jsp.
I have also used connection pooling.
You have to provide 2 objects. A WAR and a deployment descriptor.
By definition, all J2EE webapps must be in WAR format, although Tomcat does support "exploded" WARs, which are what you get when you unzip a WAR file.
There are actually 2 deployment descriptors. One is server-independent. It's the much-beloved WEB-INF/web.xml file in the WAR. The other is the server-dependent deployment descriptor, which is where the non-portable stuff lives that relates to the particular brand of server you're using (Tomcat, since you're in the Tomcat forum).
The server-dependent deployment descriptor is the Context. You can embed a Context in the Tomcat server.xm file, although this is strongly discouraged. More commonly, you'd create a file with the same name as your intended URL context path and and ".xml" file extension and place that in the Tomcat/conf/Catalina/localhost directory.
You can also add a META-INF/context.xml file in the WAR itself, which is convenient for holding a default Context. Using that means that you'd then only have to deploy the WAR itself, and not both the WAR and an independent context.
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