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Tomcat settings in an production environment?

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Joined: 2005-06-10

I'm currently about to go live with a webapp I've been working on for some time. I'm using Tomcat as a server, and in that regard I've got some questions.

Should I place my webapp under the ROOT folder in Tomcat?

If not how else can I get the webapp to be displayed at the Tomcat root? I.e and not

Are there any other Tomcat settings that needs to be changed in an production environment?

All advices are much appreciated!

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Joined: 2007-02-21

I created users and user_roles tables in mysql database, I matched this table and column names in the JDBC realm. Authentication box is showing but not authenticating.

can anyone tell me what else i have to do???

thanks in advance.

Joined: 2007-02-21

You can put your webapp in the Tomcat_root/webapps directory. Tomcat will find and display your index.html or index.jsp file. you also need to edit the Tomcat_root/conf/server.xml and Tomcat_root/conf/web.xml files.