Hi Chris, Thanks for your patience with me. :-)
>>What is your "appBase" for your >><Host> in server.xml? Please re-post the <Context> definition that does >>work, and the one that does not work (no need to re-post the <Resource> >>within the <Context>). 1. "appBase" ----> <Host appBase="webapps" autoDeploy="true" debug="0" name="localhost" unpackWARs="true"> 2. working <Context>---> <Context docBase="* C:\\ProcurementProject\\WebContent*" path="/procurement" reloadable="true" debug="1"> *C:\\ProcurementProject\\WebContent *is where my application (source code etc.) located. 3. not-working <Context>---> <Context docBase="*procurement*" path="/procurement" reloadable="true" debug="1"> *procurement* is the War file I deployed to webapps under Tomcat. This is the only difference I have for the working and not-working context configuration. The rest of context configuration is the same. >>1. If this is a legacy application, how much "development" is really >>occurring? Not much development to do. Just some minor changes need to be implemented. >>Why not run the same environment in both dev and prod? I guess we don't have Windows version of WAS server. Not really sure. Maybe Tomcat is faster? >> Why can't you run under JDK 1.5 or 1.6? Why not Tomcat 6.0? This project was developed since 2002 and has a lot obsolete methods even under JDK 1.4. It won't be able to compile under higer version of JDK. Thanks, Jamez.