Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module J951. This module is presented on Private Courses
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One you've installed and tested Tomcat on your server, you'll want to deploy your own applications. This module shows you various ways of installing such an application.
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Have you ever wondered why that are so many file extensions ending in "a r"? It's because the "ar" stands for archive, and it's such a reasonable way of naming file that the original tar which stands for tape archive was picked up by Sun and the Java community and transmuted into other file formats.
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Topics covered in this module
Installing in /webapps/.
The file index.html.
The file web.xml.
Installing via a WAR file.
Installing Servlets from the server.xml file.
Configuring Apache to work with Tomcat.
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