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Deploying a web application to Apache Tomcat is very straightforward using a WAR (Web ARchive) file. By deploying we mean that we are placing a zipped web application in a location on the file system where Tomcat can make the web page(s) available to the world.

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Localhost / Apache Tomcat Apache Tomcat software is an open source implementation of the Java Servlet, JavaServer Pages, Java Expression Language and Java WebSocket technologies. You can configure the host properties in Tomcat's server.xml, and can make an alias to the default localhost host: www.moribiz For more information, see Tomcat's.

To learn how to deploy a WAR file to Apache Tomcat in a Windows environment, follow these 6 steps:

  1. You'll need to develop a basic web site first by creating a directory and a simple JSP (Java Server Page). The instructions for accomplishing these tasks were listed in the topic Click here to learn how set default context path in Apache Tomcat (Windows). **IMPORTANT** Complete steps 1 and 2 only in the aforementioned topic. Do not create the XML file that is shown in that topic as a context descriptor is not required when deploying a WAR file. You will simply create the c:/DemoWebsite folder and one JSP file that is stored in c:/DemoWebsite. If you completed that topic in the past, then stop the Tomcat server and delete DemoWebsite.xml from CATALINA_BASE/conf/Catalina/localhost, e.g., c:/Tomcat8/conf/Catalina/localhost.
  2. Open a command prompt and navigate to c:/DemoWebsite. You will execute the jar utility provided in the Java JDK in order to create the WAR file as shown here:

  3. Copy the WAR file you have just created to CATALINA_HOME/webapps, e.g., c:/Tomcat8/webapps.
  4. Start the Tomcat server.
  5. In the address area of the browser, type http://localhost:8080/DemoWebsite/DateJSP.jsp and submit that address to the browser.
  6. The output of your JSP page will be displayed:

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Hi Mandar,
Mandar Vaidya schrieb:
> I'm trying to change hostname on the tomcat server from localhost to
> my
> server name. After I change it in server.xml, I'm able to go to
> http://servername:8080 url, but I'm not able to go to
> http://servername:8080/admin . It gives me error.
>
> Aprreciate any help regarding this.
Instead of changing the name attribute of your Host element from
'localhost' to 'servername', you can also simply nest an Alias element
into the Host element:
<Host name='localhost' ...>
...
<Alias>servername</Alias>
...
</Host>
However, if you prefer to change the name attribute rather than to add an
alias, make sure to customize the defaultHost attribute of your Engine
element if you only have one Host element inside:
'The default host name, which identifies the Host that will process
requests directed to host names on this server, but which are not
configured in this configuration file. This name MUST match the name
attributes of one of the Host elements nested immediately inside.'
!
Best wishes
Lutz
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