i was searching the whole web and found dozens of solutions but none of them worked so i will try to find one here.
I have a Tomcat7 server running, which is fine. On localhost/jenkins i run our build server. Jenkins is working just fine. But what i need is to have a simple html website running parallel on localhost/simplewebsite. I just don't get it running
to the server.xml. But the only thing i get is an HTTP Status 404 error. Maybe i put it into the wrong section of the server.xml, i don't know. I know there are topics concerning this subject but i wasted a whole day yesterday without success. So you really make me the happiest man on the planet if you help me out
Thanks in advance
Joined: Nov 13, 2012
i solved the problem by following the steps described in this thread on stackoverflow:
Actually, neither the StackOverflow question nor the one you posted here provides an extremely critical datum: what URL you were getting the "404" on.
When you deploy an app in Tomcat using a context file in TOMCAT_HOME/conf/Catalina/localhost, the webapp context name you must use in the URL is the name of the Context file and not the context name in the context file. This is very annoying to me, but that's how it works.
If you configure using a META-INF/context.xml in the WAR itself, the context name is going to be taken from the name of the WAR (I think. I'd have to RTFM). I don't recommend adding this item to an already-deployed WAR, though. Add it to the WAR build process.
Note that the conf/Catalina/localhost context will override any context definition done in the WAR itself.
An IDE is no substitute for an Intelligent Developer.
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com
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