Does it make sense to have the exploded directory to be relative to the
application server? We define our tomcat server(s) separately. If we
want to deploy to another server, we have to navigate to the new
server. Why not just have it be relative to the currently selected server.
We have the application server. Tomcat in this case. We know where the
webapps are located.
The Web Resource Directories setting specifies the relative path in the
deployment directory. This would be the context directory.
Then the Web Module Exploded Directory box becomes a check box (do you
want it or not). It displays where it is going to go, but no need to
set it because all the other information has been provided elsewhere.
Does this make sense to submit?
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