Change in Tomcat integration?

When you start a Tomcat Web application in IDEA (build 833) for debugging, ALL other web apps registered in the server.xml file are apparently also started. As far as I remember, this was different a few builds ago, correct? Or is this configurable and I just haven't been able to find out how? (The reason I'm asking is that I have around 15+ web apps running locally and it takes a lot longer to start Tomcat now than it did back then.)

Regards,
Jens

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No, the behaviour was always there. The tomcat plugin does not throw anything from the server.xml and thus all the applications that
are registered there are accessible.

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"Jens Voss" <jens@voss-ahrensburg.de> wrote in message news:4618811.1056100924402.JavaMail.itn@is.intellij.net...

When you start a Tomcat Web application in IDEA (build 833) for debugging, ALL other web apps registered in the server.xml file

are apparently also started. As far as I remember, this was different a few builds ago, correct? Or is this configurable and I just
haven't been able to find out how? (The reason I'm asking is that I have around 15+ web apps running locally and it takes a lot
longer to start Tomcat now than it did back then.)
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Regards,
Jens



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