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Layer a webapp

Question asked by topherjohnson on Jan 13, 2010
Latest reply on Feb 9, 2010 by skuro
I have 2 types of projects.  One type of project is the core project which holds all the files of our webapp, that I can use the preview server on. 

The other type of project is a content project.  There are many content projects (one each for a number of different languages).  I want to use a layered folder so that the core project's files are seen in the content projects' top level directory.  I'm not able to create this layered folder as the top level folder already exists and alfresco prevents this from happening.  Is there any way to accomplish this? 

I tried this command in the AVM console to layer the core project into a webapp folder of another web project:

mkldir, core:/www/avm_webapps/ROOT, temp:/www/avm_webapps, webapp

It created the layered folder, but for some reason, the virtualization server doesn't pick up the project (I'm guessing because it's a layered folder).

Any Ideas?

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