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Posted on 2010-11-18
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Hi,

I'm new to apache/tomcat/jsp.  I need to edit the server.xml file (to add a host).  How can I do this?  The file(s) is on a remote server.

Thanks tons.  ~Wendi
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Hi,

Do you have a control panel like Plesk to manage your account? If yes, you will be able to modify the file after logging to your control panel and then selecting the file using "File Manager" option in control panel. Also note that the server.xml file is located inside the CONF directory. If you are familiar using backend, you can login to the server and navigate to the CONF directory.

If you have any questions, please let me know.
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