> From: John McKown <john.archie.mck...@gmail.com>
> You could have 3 Tomcat instances running on the same box simply by using
> different ports for each. You could even allow each developer to have a
> Tomcat instance on their desktop (Linux or Windows) by pointing that Tomcat
> instance to their individual developer subdirectory (whether local to the
> desktop or NFS/Samba mounted from the Linux server).
You may want to configure the company's router to the outside world to
prevent outside access to the Tomcat ports that are used for testing.
That ensures that no outsider can see the test versions of the system.
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