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How to upgrade Tomcat from 7.0.37 to 7.0.62? Are there any instructions or document for the same?

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How to upgrade Tomcat from 7.0.37 to 7.0.62? Are there any instructions or document for the same?
posted Jun 8, 2015 by anonymous

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If you are using a standard installation from the ASF, then just install  the newer version over the old one and test your app.

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answer Jun 8, 2015 by Arjuna
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