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Running application as default without losing Manager

todd runstein
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I'm trying to deploy an application as the default application. I'm able to do this by naming my war ROOT.war and copying it the webapps directory. Unfortunately, this makes the admin and manager apps disappear. I'm able to reinstall the admin application (by downloading it from the Apache site) but haven't figured out how to get the Manager app to continue working.

Any suggestions?
Bear Bibeault
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It shouldn't. The manager app is its own context mapped to $CATALINA_HOME/server/webapps/manager

What else did you change?


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todd runstein
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Not sure what happened - reinstalled Tomcat and now it's looking good. Sorry for the false alarm.
 
 
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