You can, but then your application will be slow.
Thanks Juha... :)
Where can I find some information to how make Tomcat connection with JBoss?
Application may be slow, but I think I'm losing much more time waiting EAR deployment for each change in a simple jsp file for instance.
Thanks and a Happy new year to all
Rodrigo G. Tavares de Souza
São Paulo - Brasil
I have the same need. Where can i find information about separating JBOSS and tomcat?? Is there anything on the commercial documentation???
Tomcat in JBoss supports JSP compilation.
Create an exploded EAR which contains an exploded WAR that contains your JSPs. Make changes to them, refresh the page in your browser, voila!
Thanks for the reply but this doesn't answer my previous question.
What i need is to separate the installation of tomcat from that of jboss.
I work for a bank where there are very strict ITC policies ( and where CPU cost is not a matter). We are evaluating the transition from websphere to JBOSS. One of the requisite is that TOMCAT should always be installed as its own package and there should not be replication of tomcat instances. So what i really want to do is to unbundle tomcat from JBOSS and have it as a pure ejb container.
I have and old copy of the commercial documentation which i don't find very helpful. I am wondering where may i find information about unbundling tomcat from jboss.
Something like setting the CatalinaHome property would probably suffice.
I have the commercial documentation for version 3.0.4. However we are using version 3.6 and this variable is not found in any *.xml file in the whole JBOSS directory tree. What should i configure???