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From "Clifford P. Helsel" <chel...@wallstreetwise.com>
Subject FIRST POST - Servlet installation problem
Date Thu, 28 Jun 2001 01:52:31 GMT
This is my first post to the list.  I hope I'm doing it properly so
please don't flame me :-)

In a nutshell... I believe I've installed everything according to the
instructions properly.  However, I can not access my Servlet.  Here's my
configuration:

Windows 2000 Professional
IIS 5.0
Tomcat 3.2.2
JDK 1.3.1

I've installed Tomcat and verified it's installation by loading the URL
http://localhost:8080 and getting the Tomcat information screen.

I've installed the isapi_redirector.dll and verified it's installation
by checking for the existence of isapi.log.

I've configured the registry according to the instructions.

I've installed my Servlet in a folder under webapps and created a
web.xml file inside of WEB-INF.  I've placed my Servlets .jar file into
webapps/myservlet/lib.

When Tomcat starts I see the Copyright banner for my Servlet so I know
that Tomcat is loading it.  However, when I try to access the URL I'm
getting "Page Not Found".  By examining the isapi.log I can tell that
IIS is redirecting to Tomcat yet I can not get the Servlet to run.

I have not modified server.xml.

I'm using the url: http://localhost/servlet/myservlet

I can not get the examples to run through redirection either...

Any ideas?

Thanks!
Cliff Helsel
chelsel@wallstreetwise.com



-----Original Message-----
From: Dmitri Colebatch [mailto:dim@nuix.com.au] 
Sent: Wednesday, June 27, 2001 9:53 PM
To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org; Nick Stoianov
Subject: Re: TOMCAT SUCKS

On Thu, 28 Jun 2001 10:10, Nick Stoianov wrote:
> 5th - I haven't met anybody in this mailing list who has a complex
> installation of Tomcat with a lot of virtual hosts , different ports
and
> load balancers. So - who will help me in situation like this? No books
, no
> support, no help from the mailing list.
I replied to your email asking for more information on what your
requirements 
are.  As I said there, I've haven't been able to get virtuals to work
when 
relying on a port, but am prepared to look at implementing that if other

people need it too (I did a simple name-based workaround).

What are your specific requirements that aren't being fulfilled,
performance 
aside?

cheesr
dim


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