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From Ken Anderson ...@pacific.net>
Subject Re: Tomcat:Port 8080 or 8007?
Date Sat, 13 Apr 2002 19:40:10 GMT
If you have all the examples installed, and tomcat is starting okay, you 
should see content at http://localhost:8080
The apj12 connector (and port 8007) is for apache; you can ignore it, 
unless you are running tomcat with apache
You need full jsdk to run jsp, not just jre.
Ken


Layer111@aol.com wrote:

>I installed Tomcat 3.3.1 on win 98.There is no problem on running it.Writing 
>http:localhost:8080 returns nothing.But using port 8007 keeps on loading for 
>long and then shows 'the page cannot be displayed' page.It also cannot 
>connect to my simple jsp page.Is this the problem of using proper 
>port?server.xml file in conf directory has the following setup for some 
>ports:
><Http10Connector port="8080" 
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><Ajp12Connector port="8007" /> 
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>Can anybody suggest what I need to do in order to run my jsp pages?
>Thank you.
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