How to add vm args to tomcat deployment

Hi,

Can someone please tell me how I add VM args to a tomcat deployment. I know you can add arguments to tomcat itself, but wondered how I can add different vm args dynamically in a deployment.

Thanks,

Paul

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Hi Paul,

You can add it in the setenv.sh file if you're running on Linux or Mac OR setenv.bat if you are running it on Windows.

Dont forget to restart appication after adding it.

Regards

Anand

Thanks for the reply Stephan. So, if I understand for a stage the tasks should be

1. deploy tomcat application

2. run setenv.bat. We use windows.

3. tomcat restart application.

I apologise if I have misunderstood.

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