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O'Reilly Network: Deploying Web Applications to Tomcat

O'Reilly Network: Deploying Web Applications to Tomcat

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Apr 21, 2001


"One way to learn to deployment Tomcat web applications is to explain fully the steps required to deploy a Tomcat web application manually. The best way is to describe the creation of a web application -- in this case, one called onjava, which contains the most common major components -- and then package it for deployment." One way to learn to deployment Tomcat web applications is to explain fully the steps required to deploy a Tomcat web application manually. The best way is to describe the creation of a web application -- in this case, one called onjava, which contains the most common major components -- and then package it for deployment.

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