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From McEs <m...@km.ru>
Subject HTTP Status 404
Date Thu, 01 Nov 2001 02:36:29 GMT
Thank you for good explanation.
Now Tomcat starts ok, but when I try to connect localhost:8080 - it show 
error:
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HTTP Status 404 - /
The requested resource (/) is not available.
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How can I fix it? What's the problem?


David Smith wrote:

>The "URL" as used here means Universal Resource Locator aka URI (Universal 
>Resource Identifier).  It's a standardized syntax for defining where to find 
>resources and doesn't always have to do with web content.  In this case, 
>we're telling Tomcat to connect via JDBC to the PostgreSQL database at 
>localhost and use the database 'authority' to get user authentication info.
>
>You will also have to make another table in addition to 'users' named 
>'user_roles'.  It should have two columns: 'users' and 'user_roles'.
>
>One note on PostgreSQL:  If postmaster wasn't started with the -i option, you 
>will have to restart it with that since JDBC does not recognize UNIX domain 
>sockets and postmaster by default does not offer a TCP/IP listen port.  Test 
>it with psql -h localhost -U test -W authority.  If you connect and 
>authenticate with password test, you've just done exactly what the JDBC 
>driver is going to do and everything should be set.  Just make sure you 
>secure your db before making it available to the world with effective 
>passwords, privileges, and a firewall.
>
>Hope this helps clear it up a bit.
>
>--David Smith
>
>On Tuesday 30 October 2001 08:35 pm, you wrote:
>
>>Dear All.
>>
>>Can smbd help me to setup Tomcat 4 with Postgres 7.1?
>>I'm so stupid, I can't understand some things.
>>
>>To use Java/JSP with DB (Tomcat's Realm, Postgres) to check authorities
>>I should:
>>1. Make DB with table containing user_name and user_pass
>>2. Install JDBC driver for Postgres
>>---- It's ok.
>>3. Edit "server.xml":
>>
>><Realm  className="org.apache.tomcat.request.JDBCRealm" debug="99"
>>              driverName="org.postgresql.Driver"
>>
>>connectionURL="jdbc:postgresql://localhost/authority?user=test;password=tes
>>t" userTable="users" userNameCol="user_name"
>>userCredCol="user_pass"
>>              userRoleTable="user_roles" roleNameCol="role_name" />
>>
>>And what's the string: connectionURL
>>Does it mean, that I should put user's DB into the root www catalog??????
>>How and where Tomcat can find my user's table?
>>
>>Thanks, Max
>>
>>
>>
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