[Red5] Deploying Apps to RED5 (WAR edition)
anze.cesar at gmail.com
Mon Nov 12 06:10:18 PST 2007
I had a similar problem ...
I was using red5 standalone on my development machine and red5 war was
running on the production server. We were struggling in making my
applications work with the war version, but in the long run it turned out,
it wasnt as maintainable as we'd like. So, we switched to red5 standalone.
But I am probably not the right guy to say something useful here, since I
never made it work successfully :) I have no problems with red5 running in
standalone. Performance-wise I see no impact ...
On Nov 12, 2007 2:07 PM, David Foley <solutions at ondevice.ie> wrote:
> Hi all
> - new to Red5 (dont run away!) and am using version 0.6.3. I have two
> (hopefully easy) questions for anyone to answer. The first concerns
> deployment of Red5 apps on Tomcat 6.0.14 using Red5 WAR. The second is not
> directly related to Red5, but I would like some advice if there is any to be
>  As I plan on using Tomcat to deliver more applications than Red5, I
> renamed ROOT.war (the red5 web application archive downloaded from
> OSFlash) to red5.war. When I launched tomcat, it expanded the archive into
> tomcat/webapps/red5 as expected and I was able to use the demos provided and
> test a really quite silly application of my own successfully, using the
> RemoteApp example as a reference, and Red5 War.pdf for a walkthrough (
> Experimenting with the build, I noticed that as long as I placed
> [myApplicationName]-web.xml and compiled classes within
> tomcat/webapps/red5/WEB-INF/classes, there was (seemingly) no need to also
> have my applications classes also installed within
> tomcat/webapps/[myApplicationName]/WEB-INF/classes. I had thought it a bit
> redundant to have to put my application classes in two locations - can some
> one please clarify that I only need to keep my libs folder in my 'remote'
> application folder, and that one copy of my application classes within
> Yikes - that sounds confusing. I'm going to skip the second question
> (anyone with experience using NetBeans 6 to deploy Red5 applications).
> Thanks in advance,
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