1 Reply Latest reply on Apr 21, 2003 11:16 AM by Jon Barnett

    3.2 tomcat dirs are different from 3.0.x

    William Houck Newbie

      With 3.0.x I always deployed my apps to .../server/default/deploy. But with 3.2 I see two dir's under "server" ("default" and "tomcat") that have tomcat stuff in them. Which should I deploy to? What is the intended usage for these two startup modes?

      Thanks,
      Will

        • 1. Re: 3.2 tomcat dirs are different from 3.0.x
          Jon Barnett Master

          The default is still the default JBoss server instance that runs when you run startup.sh/startup.bat without any arguments. It has the Tomcat server embedded as well as everything else. The tomcat instance has a pared down JBoss without a lot of the other standard JBoss services configured - I guess it gives you a clean-room version of JBoss to show the Tomcat services.

          If you normally use default, I'd still go with default for stowing your gear.