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Old 06-26-2009, 08:49 AM   #1
speedsrfr
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tomcat servlet engine problem using /deploying war files. Apps will not start


Im trying to set up a website. Im pretty new at it doing well so far. I have lighttpd and tomcat working and a redirect to tomcat for when I need it. I am trying to put up a Java WIKI on there called jamwiki. I follow the installation instructions which say I need to deploy it exploded. I used the manager application and JAMWIKI will not start. I dont know why. I even tried another wiki..will not start. Does it have to do with something called the spring framework..if so how do I install it / get jamwiki working. Any help would be totally awesome
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