It's working fine now.. Thank you so much for your response and for your help.... I want you to involve on this for some more clarification, Actually I deployed one sample application on the machine which i installed geronimo, Now i am accessing the console from another machine with the help of Apache webserver... So when i tried to view the application which i deployed , was not showing the url, I am getting this below error:
The requested URL /sample was not found on this server.
I think if i am able to access the console from other machine means i should also view or access the sample application which i deployed right?
It's working now, i had given locahost by mistakenly, now i changed and tried its working fine now, Could you clear me one more thing that, if i install Apache webserver in an another machine in that case we have to give the IP addreess of the machine which we installed geronimo right?
On Thu, May 17, 2012 at 10:49 AM, sai charan <email@example.com> wrote:Hello,
After editing the httpd.conf file i have restarted the Apache service and at the same time Apache Geronimo was started and in running mode..
I am getting the below error:
You requested http://www.locahost.com/console
You probably intended http://localhost/console
Confused? This means either you mistyped, or whoever wrote/configured the page/site/service you just came from screwed up. It happens, don't stress it (and don't blame me.) Apparently I have to spell it out: L O C A host. See? No 'L', so your browser kindly appended .com, and you ended up here, instead of http://localhost/ which you presumably intended.
Note: This is not localhost.com either. Check again. Again. See? No 'L'.On Mon, May 14, 2012 at 5:52 PM, sai charan <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I have installed geronimo application server in my PC, I have installed Apache web server along with this geronimo, When i tried to Configure Apache HTTPd as a reverse proxy (mod_proxy), I am unable to configure, I followed all the below steps that mentioned in the document,
- Open the httpd.conf located in the <httpd_home>\conf directory.
- Look for the following LoadModule directives and uncomment them by removing the # at the beginning of the line.
- LoadModule proxy_module modules/mod_proxy.so
- LoadModule proxy_http_module modules/mod_proxy_http.so
- At the bottom of the httpd.conf add the following lines to enable the re-rounting.
Both are installed on the same machine, Could you please advice me on this issue, I would really appreciate if i found any response from you.As i need this in an urgent manner.