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Regarding WAR file

 
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When I am creating war file for a web application,jar file with .war extension should be created out of the say "BeerApp"or we have to create a jar file with .war extension of all the files under the the "BeerApp" and give the war name BeerApp.war?HFSJ and study kit explains these differently
 
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Create .war using jar tool as shown below
c:\tomatcat\webapps\BeerApp> jar -cvf BeerAppWar.war *.*
Above command creates BeerAppWar.war file of all contents present inside c:\tomatcat\webapps\BeerApp folder.
Copy war file inside tomcat\webapps folder.
Now application name is BeerAppWar.
 
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