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Parellels Plesk Panel and Tomcat

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Is there anyone here who has had experience with Parellels Plesk Panel on a VPS (Virtual Private Server) and configuring Tomcat with it? I've recently opened an account with GoDaddy and I have a VPS. Parellels Plesk Panel is installed and I've used it to install Tomcat 7.0. So far so good. Unfortunately the tech staff at GoDaddy don't know much of anything about how to configure Tomcat to run Java Web Applications. I need to find a step by step guide on how to upload a WAR file (and into which directory) in this version of Plesk 11.5 and run the web application within it. GoDaddy tech support were able to provide a link to an outdated instruction page, but the instructions don't apply anymore ( http://download1.parallels.com/Plesk/Plesk8.4/Doc/en-US/plesk-8.4-win-administrators-guide/24883.htm). The labels of buttons and links in Plesk have changed considerably. Has anyone out there worked with this version of Plesk 11.5? Please advise.

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