[Red5] Question about Trunk 2141
lrsorey at gmail.com
Tue Jun 26 09:42:54 EDT 2007
I see I did not respond to the last part of your question:
Joachim>Is there a problem if you extract the red5.jar inside a folder
and restart Tomcat?
Let me recompiled making changes in the -context.xml files and I will report
On 6/26/07, Joachim Bauch <jojo at struktur.de> wrote:
> Hi Lenny,
> Lenny Sorey schrieb:
> > In the conf/war folder do you think for Tomcat / J2EE there could be a
> > way to define
> > the actual folder (webapps (by default), webapps2, webapps3, etc) that a
> > user could defined
> > where RED5 is going to live?
> > For those users who Apache , Tomcat , mod_jk, this would be a great
> > place to define this without having
> > to change anything Standalone.java and/or TomcatLoader.java.
> > This way, we / I can avoid changing anything in the source from webapps
> > to webapps2 in either of these two
> > java files which is what I would prefer.
> you shouldn't need to change the Standalone.java or TomcatLoader.java when
> running from the WAR package and change the webapps folder. These two are
> only used when running in Jetty or Tomcat standalone mode to determine the
> location of available Red5 applications. In WAR mode, the applications are
> loaded by the *-context.xml files in the "conf" directory.
> Is there a problem if you extract the red5.jar inside a folder "webapps2"
> and restart Tomcat?
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