How do I name my Web Adaptor if using Java/Tomcat

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10-10-2017 12:08 PM
cemarcemar
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Hello,

I am wondering how to actually *name* a web adaptor (i want to change the default "arcgis" like say to http://server.localdomain/arcgisfoo/webadaptor) if i am using the Java/Tomcat version? In IIS it is a variable in the installation process but all the help docs and "discussions" I am not finding any answers for the Java version.

i am using version 10.4.1

thanks

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RandallWilliams
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When the web adaptor installs, it just extracts the files assocated with it. All you need to do is copy the arcgis.war and rename. Your application server (I'm coming from a Tomcat perspective) will extract the .war and create an application called whatever the .war is called. For instance:

cp /home/arcgis/arcgis/webadaptor/arcgis.war /app/apache_tomcat_location/webapps/portal.war

Basically, I copy arcgis.war twice to make portal.war and server.war, then copy those into the /webapps directory in Tomcat.

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RandallWilliams
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When the web adaptor installs, it just extracts the files assocated with it. All you need to do is copy the arcgis.war and rename. Your application server (I'm coming from a Tomcat perspective) will extract the .war and create an application called whatever the .war is called. For instance:

cp /home/arcgis/arcgis/webadaptor/arcgis.war /app/apache_tomcat_location/webapps/portal.war

Basically, I copy arcgis.war twice to make portal.war and server.war, then copy those into the /webapps directory in Tomcat.

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cemarcemar
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Thank you so much!

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