I am running Tomcat 4.1.12 as a service of JBoss 3.0.4, and I want to > deploy a web application. > By default, my web application is deployed since I placed a directory > named > "my_web_app_name.war" under jboss/server/default/deploy. > In Tomcat 3.2.3 there was a way to add in tomcat/conf/server.xml a Context > element for each web application and define a different docbase other than > the default. > But it seems that Tomcat is ignoring tomcat4.1.x/conf/server.xml when > running as a JBoss service. (I erased a closing tag causing it to be an illegal XML but neither Tomcat not JBoss were troubled.) I tried to add such a Context element in jboss/server/default/deploy/tomcat41-service.xml but Tomcat would not serve requests to this web application. To sum up: how can I set a web-application docBase when running Tomcat as JBoss service.
As you can see... here I'm specifying my context...
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Andres thanks. I am refering to the application.xml file, but I am trying to assign the web-uri a location that is not under the deploy directory (for example when I want to put specific files in a different location in the net). As it now, the deployment process fails. In earlier versions of tomcat/jboss, I could use the web.xml file to specify different contexts and point them to other locations. Now, it looks that web.xml is ignored at all (whem tomcat runs as service under jboss). Any advise ?