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How Plesk should handle tomcat and Java applications?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by AISPL, Dec 6, 2005.

  1. AISPL

    AISPL Guest

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    Please update your reviews all java users

    I find bit frustating to use plesk for Java Applications.

    1. We have big applications, (800+ jsps, 500+beans, &65 controllers)
    We all the time have to upload War files, even there is small problem in one jsp, whole lot have to be uploaded

    2. We can not have any logging folder for our own log4j logging, which we do on other server in the Webbapplication root folder.

    There are similar isuues in deploying servlets,sturts etc.
    Also is frustating to see ':9080' in URL.

    So why not plesk allow JSP files in httpdoc, the class files in WEB-Inf folder , that is standard deployment.

    Please do add your views ALL JAVA USERS
     
  2. AISPL

    AISPL Guest

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    After struggling for seven days with poor plesk documentation on java hosting, we surrenderred and got ENSIM license. Roll out is next few hours.
    Plesk , you have good product except practical java hosting.
     
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