I have a question about versioning. If we want to use it, do we append
the version number to the name of the war file? For example:
ROOT.war, ROOT-2.war, ROOT-3.war, etc.
When we roll out a new version, do we delete the previous war file? For
example, if I deploy ROOT-2.ear, do I delete ROOT.war?
On 03/22/2011 11:12 AM, Scott Ferguson wrote:
> On 03/22/2011 12:31 AM, Daniel López wrote:
>> AFAIK, you either place the .war file in webapps or define the directory
>> using an explicit web-app tag, but having both is not necessary and just
>> seems to confuse Resin.
> They're supposed to be merged with the<web-app> in the resin.xml
> applied last (taking precedence). Internally, though, that merging is a
> fairly complicated operation, so it's certainly possible that a
> combination of version="true/false" with ROOT might be a case we haven't
> -- Scott
>> El 22/03/2011 1:03, Keith Fetterman escribió:
>>> I am experiencing a problem in resin 4.0.16 where resin is not expanding
>>> the ROOT.war file if I explicitly define the root webapp in resin.xml
>>> file. In resin.xml, I have the tag "<web-app id="/"
>>> root-directory="webapps/ROOT"/>" defined under my"<host>" tag. I also
>>> have the tag "<web-app-deploy path="webapps" versioning="true"/>"
>>> defined under my "<host-default>" tag.
>>> When I update the ROOT.war file in my "webapps" directory, the war file
>>> is not being expanded into the webapps/ROOT directory. I have tried
>>> both shutting down resin, updating the ROOT.war file and then starting
>>> resin, and I've tried updating ROOT.war while resin is running.
>>> If I remove the tag "<web-app id="/" root-directory="webapps/ROOT"/>"
>>> from the resin.xml file, then ROOT.war expansion occurs.
>>> Do I need to add an attribute to the<web-app id="/"
>>> root-directory="webapps/ROOT"/> tag to get the war file to expand?
>>> Also, what is the difference between the attribute "root-directory" and
>>> "document-directory" in the<web-app> tag? I noticed in the resin
>>> documentation that "root-directory" is mentioned in the list of
>>> attributes but "document-directory" is not on the following page:
>>> But, if you look at the examples, they all show "<web-app id='/apache'
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