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    Newbie to Apache - unzip war issue

    I am trying to deploy a zipped .war file prior to installing the war onto apache tomcat. Using winzip, when the .zip is opened it has a directory structure instead of a .war file alone. Can anyone shed some light over marblehead?

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    It sounds to me lke the zip file was created with the directory structure.

    To fix it, just don't include the directory structure when creating the zip file.
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    there are two options when unzipping something:
    -unzip what's inside to the current dir [extract here]
    -unzip inside a folder named the same as the zip file name,
    seems u got the second issue, how r u doing the unzip process, or does that point u out on the alternative method of "extract here" ??
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