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* [[http://benhutchison.wordpress.com/2008/07/30/how-to-configure-tomcat-root-context/#comment-336]] How to make tomcat serve content from www.exampledomain.com instead of www.exampledomain.com/examplewebapp. Basically, just make a directory inside tomcat's webapps directory called ROOT and your content will be served to the root domain www.exampledomain.com.
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How to make tomcat serve content from www.exampledomain.com instead of www.exampledomain.com/examplewebapp. Basically, just make a directory inside tomcat's webapps directory called ROOT and your content will be served to the root domain www.exampledomain.com.

Getting started with Apache Tomcat

1. Getting your first webapp up and running

  • HowTo — Some how-tos assembled here

  • How To / How do I make my web application be the Tomcat default application? — How to make tomcat serve content from www.exampledomain.com instead of www.exampledomain.com/examplewebapp. Basically, just make a directory inside tomcat's webapps directory called ROOT and your content will be served to the root domain www.exampledomain.com.

  • BitNami Tomcat Stack: Provides an all-in-one installer, free virtual machines and cloud images for Tomcat.

  • TurnKey Tomcat Appliance: Open source installable Live CD based on Ubuntu. Features minimal footprint, automatic security updates, SSL support and an elegant Web administration interface.

GettingStarted (last edited 2013-01-29 23:46:31 by KonstantinKolinko)