Can I get Netbeans to automatically start and deploy a Web App on a Remote Linux Box?
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Posted By:   j_m
Posted On:   Wednesday, July 5, 2006 06:47 PM

I'm running Netbeans 5.5 beta on a Windows XP machine. I want to deploy my web app on a Tomcat 5.0 installation on a remote linux server. I mapped the $CATALINA_HOME \linuxserver omcat to Z: on my windows machine. Then I registered the Z: Tomcat server on my Netbeans IDE. The Netbeans IDE successfully copies MyWebApp into the Z:webappsMyWebApp directory, but does not deploy the MyWebApp. Instead, I must type http://linuxserver:8080/ and deploy the MyWebApp manually. Is this a feature? Can I get Netbeans to automatically start and deploy a Web App on a Remote Linux Box?    More>>

I'm running Netbeans 5.5 beta on a Windows XP machine.



I want to deploy my web app on a Tomcat 5.0 installation on a remote linux server.



I mapped the $CATALINA_HOME \linuxserver omcat to Z: on my windows machine.



Then I registered the Z: Tomcat server on my Netbeans IDE.



The Netbeans IDE successfully copies MyWebApp into the Z:webappsMyWebApp directory, but does not deploy the MyWebApp.



Instead, I must type http://linuxserver:8080/ and deploy the MyWebApp manually.



Is this a feature?



Can I get Netbeans to automatically start and deploy a Web App on a Remote Linux Box?

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