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what is Web applications management ?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by igoldman, Apr 25, 2005.

  1. igoldman

    igoldman Regular Pleskian

    Sep 14, 2004
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    Hello to all ,

    I would like to know what is Web applications management

    it is located under Client templates

    what does it mean ?
  2. superm0nk

    superm0nk Guest

    Tomcat application management.
  3. alex042

    alex042 Guest

    This is to allow your clients to manage java applications (run on tomcat per above).
  4. usbusi

    usbusi Guest

    i thought it was permission to manage application vault applications

    i thought it was permission to manage application vault applications

    but i don't read the manual so who knows,

    (but it would seem like we'd be able to allow or not the domain manager to be able to install applications from application vault or not?)
  5. hiebosch

    hiebosch Guest

    It has to do with whether you allow your client access the applications you have already in your application vault.

    This is how I think it works:

    So you can sell premium services to clients with full application vault (osCommerce, phpBB etc.) -- then you turn on application management for that client.

    If you selling basic/bargain services to clients without any of the built in web applications -- then don't turn on web application management for that client.
  6. anjanesh

    anjanesh Guest

    I have a non-reseller a/c on a host using Plesk and I have only one domain (site).
    It shows Web Applications: 1.

    What can I possibly do with this for my site ? Is is something like Cpanel's Fantastico ?
  7. anjanesh

    anjanesh Guest

    It seems to accepting only a WAR file.
    Is that the only way to run a Java app ?

    Is it limited to only one WAR file or can we upload as many as we want ?