I don't know much about Tomcat. NetBeans comes pre-packaged with it and it handles all the configuration stuff for me. That being said, whenever I test a servlet or JSP in NetBeans, some magic occurs and the page loads how its supposed to load.
I figured that Netbeans was compiling all the data into %CATALINA_HOME%\webapps\TheWebApp, but this isn't the case. NetBeans has Tomcat loading the web app right from the project directory. That's cool and all, but I've deleted one of my test project directories, and now every time Tomcat is started, it gives me an error message saying that the resource (the project that is long gone) it's not where it's supposed to be.
I need Tomcat to stop looking for that webapp. What files and configurations do I need to change in order to make that happen?
Brandon Tom, SCJP, MCP<br />Programmer/Graphic Designer<br /><a href="http://mailto:email@example.com" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">firstname.lastname@example.org</a>
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subject: Getting Tomcat To Stop Trying To Open A Web App