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Tomcat's working directory

Maverick Lasa
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Joined: Oct 18, 2003
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i changed the port of the httpconnector handler in the web.xml from the default value of 8080 to 4444. however, i noticed that the application's working folder (default to work) has the sub-folders named as localhost_8080. i was wondering since i set the port value to 4444, these folders where the compiled jsp classes are placed will be named localhost_4444, shouldn't it be that way?
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