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Old December 4th, 2007, 08:08 AM
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hi all:)

we have developed a project using struts and jsp .i want to run it from apachi web server.how i should deploy it on web server?
that is how i should run it? where i should put this folder ?


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Hi Umesh,

If your project is simply on struts & servlets & jsps ...then you can use any servlet container like Tomcat/ galssfish etc.
Tomcat standalone will also work for your requirement .

Else you can integrate it with Apache webserver .
you can also use Bea weblogic but you will need a license for using it.


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If you are using Apache Tomcat then You have to put your folder application inside webapps folder of your installed webserver folder.

To run it type http://localhost:8080/index.jsp

then click on tomcat manager & you will see a link to your application folder.

From here you can access it .


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Check out the following link, you'll find plenty of information about apache webserver


and a tool to apache configuration available at the bellow url


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