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From "Jeff Tulley" <>
Subject Re: allowTrace attribute causing problems inthe adminapplication
Date Mon, 01 Mar 2004 17:28:49 GMT
Thanks Guenter.  I'm actually acutely aware of that, being the person
responsible for configuring and installing Tomcat on NetWare 6.5.

I had it in my example steps below, since that is exactly what appears
on a clean install right from the tarball or zip file.

THe problem turned out to be a CVS tagging issue.  My patch worked not
because of the code that I put into it, but since I was effectively
adding the connector part of Larry's fixes to 4.1.30 where they had been
missing before.

>>> 2/27/04 4:21:57 PM >>>
Hi Jeff,
I've not seen the first post from you, so ignore if that isnt your
> I just did the following steps:
> 1) downloaded from
> 2) unzipped the zip file
> 3) edited conf\tomcat-users.xml, adding the "admin" and "manager"
> to the "tomcat" user
> 4) Start up Tomcat (catalina start)
> 5) hit http://localhost:8080 
> 6) Navigate to the "Tomcat Administration" link
> 7) login as "tomcat"
> 8) Click on the icon that expances "Service(Tomcat-Standalone)"
> 9) Click on Connector(8009)
> 10) have the problem
port 8009 isnt free on NetWare but used by RemoteManager, you have to
configure another one for the connector in server.xml


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