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Published: Jul 12 2010 / 06:04

If your webapp needs to serve static content (large video files or images) you would want to serve them directly from a file system folder instead of bundling it with the war file. This is now possible to do with Tomcat, in the recently released 7.0 version a new feature (aliases) to support webapps to refer to content outside of the war file has been added.
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sybrix replied ago:

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If you're impressed by this you'll be blown away by Resin. It's a better Tomcat than Tomcat.

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aionescu replied ago:

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> If you're impressed by this you'll be blown away by Resin. It's a better Tomcat than Tomcat.
True, but the "good" version isn't for free.

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