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andowson


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For those who want to customize your JForum installation, just download this attachment and take a look.
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andowson


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I don't understand your question, maybe you need to provide more information.
If you want to change the maven behavior defined in pom.xml, you may check the maven-war-plugin first.
See http://maven.apache.org/plugins/maven-war-plugin/
udittmer


Joined: 2013/2/21
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Tomcat (and possibly other servlet containers) can run web apps out of an exploded war file -and without any war file, actually-, so once you have done the initial install you can work with the directory hierarchy and not use the war file.

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