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web project deployment on apache httpd server [message #830173] Tue, 27 March 2012 09:40 Go to next message
Alex G. is currently offline Alex G.Friend
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Registered: March 2012
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I'm not new to Eclipse but new to clientside webproject development in Eclipse. So I would like to know how you guys deploy your web projects on a remote Apache httpd Server with or w/o Apache Tomcat from eclipse.

My current development infrastructure is the following: I have a virtual machine where eclipse indigo is installed. On same virtual machine I have a local tomcat server installed and configured in eclipse. So I can "publish" /deploy my web projects from eclipse to this local tomcat and can test them in my virtual machines browser.

My Task is now, to be able to publich some of this localy developed web projects to a server wich is accessible inside our intranet (so definitly outside of my virtual machine). It would be great if this publishing action can be done manualy and not as a ANT or Maven task.

In my Java Projects, I would just switch the server in Eclipse and deploy the java project on the other server. But how can I do this with my clientside html5/javascript project using Apache httpd server?

In eclipse "Servers" view I haven't found an option to deploy/publish directly to a remote apache server.

Do you have some tips for me?

thanks, kind regards
Re: web project deployment on apache httpd server [message #830207 is a reply to message #830173] Tue, 27 March 2012 10:33 Go to previous message
Bob Sadarka is currently offline Bob SadarkaFriend
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Registered: February 2012
Hi, as far as I know, Eclipse doesn't allow publishing on a remote server. Instead, you can deploy the app to the remote server via web interface of Tomcat.
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