[Paraview] ParaViewWeb & TomCat
sebastien.jourdain at kitware.com
Tue Nov 29 13:26:10 EST 2011
This sounds good, so tomcat can easily be used on any user account
with no right outside his home. You can even strip down the default
package of tomcat so you get only the minimum required for ParaViewWeb
and you can run it on any port higher than 1024.
To do that, you will need to download tomcat on your own and
unzip/untar it, then deploy ParaViewWeb into it and start tomcat
That's basically what we are doing for its development.
Hope this help,
On Tue, Nov 29, 2011 at 1:01 PM, Randall Hand <randall.hand at gmail.com> wrote:
> Something I can run entirely without any higher-permissions to the system,
> with no access to /etc or /usr folders.
> Sebastien Jourdain wrote:
>> Hi Randall,
>> Can you be more specific by what you mean by "standalone" and by
>> "can't use Tomcat" ?
>> Because, for me tomcat can be standalone. Would you think something
>> more embedded such as Jetty or something that does not involved Java
>> at all ?
>> On Tue, Nov 29, 2011 at 10:00 AM, Randall Hand<randall.hand at gmail.com>
>>> I have a user interested in using ParaViewWeb as a front-end to some
>>> visualization tasks, however we can't use TomCat in our environment. Is
>>> there any kind of "Standalone" service that can be used as a replacement?
>>> I know several apps that expose a web interface offer a limited function
>>> webserver (trac, ipython, etc) that allows it to work standalone without
>>> external webserver configured. Does such a setup exist for ParaViewWeb?
>>> Randall Hand
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