If you just want to test the installation go to
Also, if you deploy some.war in server/default/deploy (i.e. just copy some.war there) you will see that at the address:
You can unzip/unjar your some.war and name the resulting folder some.war - has the same affect (that way you will leverage Hot-deployment - you can change files in that some.war folder and changes will take affect immidiately)
For more advanced stuff, see docs.
> Also, if you deploy some.war in server/default/deploy
> (i.e. just copy some.war there) you will see that at
> the address:
could you be more specific? the jboss/tomcat zip bundle includes:
so you are talking about:
also, i don't seem to be able to access the /examples servlets that come with tomcat. what url is used to access these?
Thanks, i think i understand... i'll try. maybe later i will have some other problems, hope you can help me then:)
Basically you will hve to bring in the webapps from Tomcat to jboss.
Copy your examples webapp from the tomcat webapps directory, create a war and drop it into
or copy the examples webapp directory into
and change the directory name to examples.war
(This is bcoz JBoss uses folder structures ending with war or .war files as web apps)..
Now you can access ur urls as http://localhost:8080/examples
Hi. I created .war files from the directories as instructed above, and I can now access the ROOT webapp, but it needs the URL "http://localhost:8080/ROOT/ROOT/index.jsp" in order to display.
The URL "http://localhost:8080" still shows a context not configured error, "http://localhost:8080/ROOT" shows a sort of directory listing page (screenshot attached), which if I select "ROOT", then goes to the first URL and opens the page.
If ANYONE can tell me how to get all the default Tomcat webapps running I would REALLY appreciate it. It would be nice if someone could tell me once and for all why they are not functional by default too.
Thank you in advance.