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Migration from JRun to Tomcat

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    sakthi.abdullah New Member

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    I am very new to J2EE.I ve to migrate an application from JRun to TomCat.Someone please help me in knowing these:
    What are the areas we have to focus before migration?
    what are the JRun specific configuration settings?
    Major deployment issues..
    Please let me know if u know any documents in this regard.

    Thanks
     
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    sakthi.abdullah New Member

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    NObody replied :(

    //After 4 months of workk
    Here is what I did

    The main things u have to consider while migrating from JRUN to TOMCAT are:

    1)web.xml
    Some patterns acceptable in jrun are not applicable here in tomcat
    //individually check for each and every pattern by commenting ...
    E,g
    /*Controller [works in jrun]
    /controller [change like this in tomcat]


    2)necessary jar files:
    place the necessary jar files for your application in your tomcat/shared/lib
    It can be refernced in your previous jrun environment jrun/servers/lib

    3)see files like .properties
    here you can modify the information like path,database details ..etc
     
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    To add on:

    Also When ur running tomcat ,,look for tomcat icon: 'll be there on the system tray

    Right Click-->Configure-->Java TAB-->java classpath-->
    add neccesary jarfiles path
    e,g:E:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Tomcat 5.5.8\shared\lib\remobj.jar;;[/
    B]

    Hint: Look for log files to see what classes are needed
    And that class file is in what jar file
     

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