Mallik Soupati

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newer versions of tomcat still supports contextpath, you can just copy the old one into new server.xml. contextpath and docbase attributes of Context element.
15 years ago
If you can post the stack trace, we can have somemore insight into this issue.
15 years ago
Well, it doesnt always mean if it is a an xml file, we should either go for DOM or SAX. DOM consumes lot of your memory and increase code complexity. SAX as well will consume much of your brain to apply the patterns and matching. Both, DOM and SAX, apart from providing you a easy-to-handle interfaces, it involves reading the xml file into memory.

My point is buffer the file by yourself, and repeatedly apply your regular expressions to replace the strings, just a flat treatment, and write back the file, I belive it best suites your case, if you doesnt have to do much more processing on the generated xml which demands you to have a DOM or SAX of it.
It would be more helpful to the folks visit these forums if the person who posted a question gives feedback on whether he/she got his/her answer, or fixed it.
15 years ago
Generally a certificate doesnt carry a private key, thats not the norm either. You would have to sign your data with your private key which is never disclosed to anyother, in any form.

To provide, a private key to sign, you either have to point to a filesysteme location where you have the private key, or you have to generate a passphrase-dependent private key.
15 years ago
Congrats cheenu...
15 years ago
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