Secure Global Desktop 4.40 Administration Guide > Clients and Webtops > Relocating the Webtop to Your Own JSP Container
The webtop is a JavaServer Pages (JSP) application that you can relocate to your own JSP container. The JSP container can be on the same host as an SGD server or on a different host.
To use your own JSP container, the container must support the following:
Note Once you relocate the webtop to your JSP container, you have to manually upgrade the webtop by following the procedure on this page for each new release.
To relocate the webtop, do the following:
/opt/tarantella/webserver/tomcat/version/conf/server.xmlfile and change the server shutdown port (TCP port 8005) and the Coyote/JK2 AJP 1.3 Connector port (TCP port 8009).
Copy all the files in the following directories into the web applications directory on the new host:
Note These directories contain symbolic links, make sure you preserve the links when you copy the directories.
/opt/tarantella/webserver/tomcat/<version>/common/libdirectory to the global library directory on your container:
/opt/tarantella/webserver/tomcat/<version>/common/classesdirectory to the global class directory on your container:
Resources.propertiesfile to determine which server and port to send the web services requests to. This is currently set to
Resources.propertiesfile in the
http://server:portwhere server is the DNS name of an SGD server and port is the port that the SGD Web Server listens on. Do this for each of the web services listed in the properties file.
Note If you use third-party authentication, you might want to configure a new trusted user for the relocated webtop.
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