sales at interalab.com
Thu Nov 2 23:34:09 EST 2006
Me too! I'm not sure what was wrong, but I've now got my apps running
in our package along side the Red5 server using the WAR in Tomcat.
Performance seems good.
We are temporarily using Red5 v0.6rc1 to host a production app. You can
try it here: http://www.wjr.com/ Click on the 'Listen Live' link in
the top banner. It will probably be up all night and switch back to
Flashcomm sometime tomorrow morning.
Manolo R.G. wrote:
> I just got my little apps working now through war version by creating
> one copy of ofla-context.xml per app and replacing 'ofla' by 'myappname'
> on the file name and on the file contents too. Then putting my classes
> on tomcat/webapps/red5-0.6rc1/WEB-INF/classes folder and restarting Tomcat
> At this moment all recorded flv's end all at
> tomcat/webapps/red5-0.6rc1/streams no matter what the app is.
> Is there a way to configure the streams folder per red5 app by modifying
> xml config files?
> Thanks for the response and for the new rc and war version too
> Interalab escribió:
>> The WAR implementation isn't exactly as I expected. Here's what I've
>> found and let me know if I'm just doing something wrong.
>> I dropped the red5.war file into the webapps folder in my Tomcat
>> container. The oflaDemo app worked great right out of the box.
>> Then I added an application class for the new application I was
>> installing. It was added to
>> classes.com.interalab.mediacenter.Application.class (oflaDemo is in
>> I replaced ofla-context.xml with a new one for my application and edited
>> the new file.
>> On restarting, I'm not able to connect to my new application.
>> Question: Do all applications in the WAR deployment have to live in
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