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Detecting if server is set to auto-deploy

John Farrel
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Does Tomcat Manager have a way of indicating if the server is set to auto-deploy or not?
This would be really useful to know.

John.
Tim Holloway
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I'm not sure what you mean "auto-deploy". Deployment is the process of importing a webapp so that it can be installed and run. Which would employ manual action.


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