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From "Archimedes" <>
Subject JSP Server FYI
Date Thu, 31 Aug 2000 15:28:46 GMT
For those of you who just want a working JSP server without all the fuss,
try Orion Server. It's a no Brainer. No Install since it's pure Java.

I still want to use TomCat, since I want to use Apache as my WebServer, but
I needed a JSP Server up and working now, and it is acts very much the same
as Netscape's JSP Server does.

Just FYI.

Michael L Smith

ALLTEL Information Services
Emerging Technology Solutions
(501) 220-8551
The greatest programming project ever, took 6 days and 6 nights and on the
7th day the programmer rested...
we've been trying to debug the bloody thing ever since

 -----Original Message-----
From: 	Nacho []
Sent:	Thursday, August 31, 2000 10:20 AM
To:	''
Subject:	RE: Tomcat for Netware

To deliver some help to you, we need more information about your
problems, send any logs you have, if you have any logs :)).

Can be great to add NetWare 5.1 to the list of probed and working OSes,
but we need more info about what's is going on, one advice:

* use the debug attributte present in almost all valid elements of
server.xml, you need to set debug to an integer greater than 0 , 99 for
example, this raises the logs verbosity.

Saludos ,
Ignacio J. Ortega

> -----Mensaje original-----
> De: Rajnish Bhaskar []
> Enviado el: jueves 31 de agosto de 2000 16:46
> Para:
> Asunto: Tomcat for Netware
> Hi all,
> 	Has anybody had ANY experience in using Tomcat with Novell
> NetWare 5.1?  I am trying to use it on Netware and have all kinds
> of problems.
> Although it seems to be running, I keep getting the dreaded 404
> Not Found error.  I can't get into the default document root
> (webapps/ROOT), the examples directory or my own context
> (webapps/OLCWare).  This is driving me nuts and I've got to have
> some results by Monday, and I just don't know what to do.
> Thanks,
> Raj.
> --------------------------
> Rajnish Bhaskar
> IT Education Unit, University of Glasgow
> --
> Um, I tend to either agree or disagree with you
> -- Kev - to Nick Abbot on Talk Radio
>    22nd September 1998

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