new member...hate to post right off the bat but I looked around a bit, couldn't find the answer.
There is also a Tomcat/Apache appliance but neither include a database. There have been requests to include a database here and more discussions of how it might be done here but no one has yet posted clear directions on how to install and configure it although you should be able to install it by following discussion in the second link (above).
If you're keen to have a play perhaps you could try it and post back so others in future will know.
The standalone tomcat is a useful app delivery platform, but how many servlet apps don't use a DB? I'll read the links you offered, who knows, maybe if no one else does first, I'll figure it out and post one. Still probably easier than starting from scratch. Thanks for the enlightenment.
Considering there have been a few requests now perhaps devs need to consider a separate appliance that does include MySQL (or some other DB).
If you wish to push this forward for the upcoming release perhaps you could consider contributing a tklpatch?
I'll hang around and learn about the patcher, etc. and do some experiments. I'll need to make patches for my own app specific functions anyway. If I can make one that just adds a MySQL to the standalone tomcat that would be my ideal appliance.
You'll find plenty of info on TKLPatch following the link I provided above. TKL has a small but friendly and supportive community here (which is slowly but surely growing). Similar to other open source projects, the Devs (Alon & Liraz) have regular forum involvement - although the speed of response is dependant on their stage of the current development cycle obviously. Any questions, just ask and you're sure to get an answer from someone. :)
It takes a bit of extra effort for the individual initially but in the longer run it will save everyone in the community a ton of time and effort. Pity to reinvent the wheel over and over again.
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