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How to use the Manager Interface using Tomcat

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I want to change the standard session manager. I added in context.xml the In my netbeans ide 7, I created in source packages of my web application the java class.
When I run my web application, tomcat told me it cannot find my manager. What is the procedure to declare my session manager ?

posted Jul 17, 2013 by anonymous

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You will likely have to put your Manager class into Tomcat's lib/ directory in order to use it. You only want to put your Manager class under lib/ -- don't put the rest of your web application's classes in there.

answer Jul 17, 2013 by anonymous
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