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deploying tomcat

tom mickey

Joined: Aug 02, 2008
Posts: 9
Hello everyone.
I have just began to learn jsp and servlets.
I have a question regarding deploying tomcat.
When I write my "helloworld.jsp" applications in the Webapp directory
it works fine when i view it on the browser.
But is there any i can use a directory other than the webapp directory
of tomcat home (say C:\MyServlets) and still be able to run it?

P.S: Netbeans IDE worked fine for this but i want to do this without using any IDE.Also please suggest any good books you know for learning servlets and jsp.

Bear Bibeault
Author and ninkuma

Joined: Jan 10, 2002
Posts: 63348

Sure. You can make any folder in your system the root of a web app. You need to set up a context and assign it a context path. The best way to do this depends upon which version of Tomcat you are deploying.

Check the documentation in your Tomcat download.

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