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From Maxim Solodovnik <solomax...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Where / How to Load a static page
Date Tue, 06 Jan 2015 08:17:09 GMT
for 1 you can: set up Apache proxy as front-end and re-map it to "Under
maintenance" page during maintenance
for 2: it sounds like document conversion is not set up properly

On Mon, Jan 5, 2015 at 11:37 PM, Susheel Jalali <
Susheel.Jalali@coscendcommunications.com> wrote:

> Dear Maxim,
>
> Here is the information you have requested.  This question is not about
> anything wrong with OpenMeetings product.
>
> We like to explain our query with the following points:
>
> 1.  When we are backing up or maintaining the server with down time, we do
> not want users to access the product.  In such cases we would like to
> redirect them to a specific Web page, which gives a message like: "Server
> under maintenance".
>
> 2.  While doing the OpenMeetings presentation, when we tried to share a
> screen or upload a file, it gave HTTP 500 Error.  When we reloaded that
> screen, it logged us out of the session.  Would you happen to know the
> reason for this?
>
> In all such instances we would like to load a static Web page of our
> choice.  This is where we need some guidance.
>
> *Seeking guidance*
>
>    ·Where in the installation could we place this static page?  Can we
>    do it in dist/red5/webapps/openmeetings?
>
>    ·What is the method to direct the Red5 server to this static page?
> Should we add any thing to
>    dist/red5/webapps/openmeetings/WEB-INF/red5-web.xml [or web.xml]?
>
>    ·If not, is there a configuration file in the Tomcat Web server to
>    instruct it to direct the user to this page on such conditions?    What
> is the method to redirect the Web server to this page?
>
>
> Regards,
>
> Susheel Jalali
>
> Customer Operations Leader,
>
> Coscend Communications Solutions
>
> _Susheel.Jalali@CoscendCommunications.com_
>
> Web site:www.CoscendCommunications.com <http://www.
> coscendcommunications.com/>
>
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>
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> integration."
>
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>
> "There are *innovative*…*tools*from ... *Coscend *bubbling up, which will
> help accelerate the data consolidation process and reduce its cost."
>
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> On 01/05/15 22:17, Maxim Solodovnik wrote:
>
>> I'm afraid I'm not able to get what is wrong right now and what are you
>> trying to achieve :(
>> Could you please rephrase?
>>
>> On Mon, Jan 5, 2015 at 9:19 PM, Susheel Jalali <
>> Susheel.Jalali@coscendcommunications.com> wrote:
>>
>>  Dear Fellow Developers of OpenMeetings:
>>>
>>> We are running OpenMeetings 3.0.3.  We are seeking your guidance on this
>>> following small initiative.
>>>
>>> We would like to place a static page in this installation to which the
>>> users are directed under one or more of the following conditions:
>>>
>>>     ·we are doing periodic maintenance
>>>
>>>     ·there is an internal error on displaying a Web page
>>>
>>>     ·the user logs out
>>>
>>>     ·the Web server has an HTTP 500 error
>>>
>>> *
>>> Seeking guidance*
>>>
>>>     ·Where in the installation could we place this static page?  Can we
>>>     do it in dist/red5/webapps/openmeetings?
>>>
>>>     ·What is the method to direct the Red5 server to this static page?
>>>     Should we add any thing to
>>>     dist/red5/webapps/openmeetings/WEB-INF/red5-web.xml [or web.xml]?
>>>
>>>     ·If not, is there a configuration file in the Tomcat Web server to
>>>     instruct it to direct the user to this page?  What is the method to
>>>     redirect the Web server to this page?
>>>
>>> --
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>>
>>> Susheel Jalali
>>>
>>> Customer Operations Leader,
>>>
>>> Coscend Communications Solutions
>>>
>>> Elite Premio Complex Suite 200 Survey No 7 & 8 Balewadi Pune 411045
>>> Maharashtra India
>>>
>>> _Susheel.Jalali@CoscendCommunications.com_
>>>
>>> Web site:www.CoscendCommunications.com <http://www.
>>> coscendcommunications.com/>
>>>
>>> ------------------------------------------------------------------
>>>
>>> *Coscend’s**Software Service Factory*
>>>
>>> "*Coscend Communications* is ... *pioneering a new approach*to ...
>>> software applications development, and systems integration."
>>>
>>> *Light Reading Network, *December, 2007
>>>
>>> "*Coscend*is at the*vanguard of a new evolution*in telco OSS/BSS systems
>>> integration."
>>>
>>> *Caroline Chappell*
>>> A leading authority in the communications services software industry
>>>
>>> "There are *innovative*…*tools*from ... *Coscend *bubbling up, which will
>>> help accelerate the data consolidation process and reduce its cost."
>>>
>>> *Dennis Mendyk, */Editor,/Building a *Telco Service Factory*
>>>
>>> ------------------------------------------------------------------
>>>
>>> CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: See 'Confidentiality Notice Regarding E-mail
>>> Messages from Coscend Communications Solutions' posted at: http://www.
>>> CoscendCommunications.com/Terms_and_Conditions.html <http://www.
>>> coscendcommunications.com/Terms_and_Conditions.html>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>


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WBR
Maxim aka solomax

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