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From Clifton <>
Subject Re: How do I access Tomcat 5x Manager from cargo
Date Sat, 08 Mar 2008 01:31:08 GMT

This was the dumbest laziest question I've ever posted. All I had t do was
look in the tomcat base dir/conf/tomcat-users.xml to figure it out. By
default it uses admin with an empty password.

Clifton wrote:
> What is the default "manager" username/password used by cargo when you
> have it download and install tomcat 5x? I get the container to start with
> the plugin set but it's totally useless if I can't deploy to it. Is there
> a better way to go about what I'm doing? I have a multi-module project
> with a couple of webapps and a J2ME midlet that needs deploying on a
> separate OTA Java webapp. The OTA is managed outside of the multi-module
> webapp. Right now I add the cargo plugin tag to the multi-module root pom
> with the zipurlinstaller stuff and I can get it to launch. I'm looking to
> be able to deploy the OTA to this launched instace from a separate cmd
> window and having no luck. Any suggestions?
> Clifton wrote:
>> I've killed about 45 minutes on a project that's way overdue. I'm
>> desparately trying to get cargo:start to allow cargo:deploy from
>> submodules in the same project. I run cargo:start and browse the
>> manager/html context from my browser and I'm prompted for authentication.
>> I've tried various username password combos and I can not view the
>> manager page. I've tried setting either/or and both
>> cargo.remote.username/cargo.remote.password, and cargo.servlet.users in
>> my pom but this doesn't work at all. I've even tried accessing manager
>> remotely after setting these properties. What am I doing wrong?

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