How to use Cisco Tomcat service (CallManager 4.1) for running servlets

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Feb 17th, 2006
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How can I deploy my own servlets on the Cisco CallManager server using the built-in Cisco Tomcat service as a container?


I noticed e.g. the Extension mobility Cisco IP Phone Service uses the /emapp/EMAppServlet servlet, all HTTP requests are picked up by IIS, calling cisco_isapi_redirect.dll which redirects them to Tomcat.


Whenever I try to deploy a servlet bundle, by copying the .war file to c:\program files\cisco\tomcat\webapps, it gets deployed automatically, it does appear in the Tomcat manager. The worker files are also configured. But the webapp just cannot reached by its context URL.


* Of course I know it is not supported to have any not approved third party application on the CallManager server. However, I just need to have a working solution for the impatient customer - they do not want to have a separate application server yet.


Thanks in advance...

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Gergely Szabo Thu, 02/23/2006 - 11:12
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I don't want to use Webdialer, I want to add servlets.

Sorry, someone is missing the point here.

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