Since you are using JBoss+Tomcat, I would like to know how you got Tomcat to work. Sorry, I know this is not the answer to your question, but since it seems like you know, I'd thought to take a chance.
Where do you configure your application context? Normally in Tomcat 4.x it's in the server.xml, however it doesn't find it. I keep getting "No Context configured to process this request" ???
I set the following:
Under a stand-alone version of Tomcat 4.x this works, however it can't locate JBoss.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
I have same proplem.Have you gotten the answer?
If you have,may you tell me?I would be greatly appreciated!
Although I think this is the wrong forum after all (the right forum would be either Installation & Configuration or HTTPD, Servlets & JSP) this is my (short) answer:
Put a file called jboss-web.xml into the WEB-INF directory and apply your configuration (have a look at docs/dtd/jboss-web[-your-jboss-version].xml under context-root element).
Hope it helps,
Java doesn't care about backslashes on Windows. It treats forward slashes ("/") as "canonical". So you can stop using backslashes in your files in the Java language.
C:\foo\bar\baz aren't necessary.
Java works happily with:
In fact, if it's the "C" drive:
works just fine, as Java uses the drive it started on as "/".
I'm using it. It seems to work just dandy, but some of the features of the container don't work. I can't seem to get the JDBCUserRealm to work.
Actually, I'm a poor typist. It works fine, I just had a typo in the properties file.