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From Malachi de AElfweald <mala...@tremerechantry.com>
Subject Re: Tomcat 4.0.4 on OS/390?
Date Wed, 09 Oct 2002 05:52:59 GMT
It isn't Tomcat specific, but I have done some EBCDIC
i/o in java on os/390....  Let me know...

Mal


10/8/2002 8:20:33 PM, jjnfg <jjnfg@yahoo.com> wrote:

>You are not alone. I am working in a similar direction.
>I reported as a bug when Tomcat v4.1.12 complaining about
>context URL when I tried running it on OS/390/USS.
>
>see
>http://nagoya.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=13014
>
>Waiting for TOMCAT development team to comment on EBCDIC
>suport.
>
>Joseph
>
> --- rich-dev@relativity.org wrote: > 
>> I've been looking into getting Tomcat 4.0.4 running on 
>> OS/390 for a day or so now.  I've found various
>> references 
>> to doing this, but nothing conclusive yet.  
>> 
>> Could someone please let me know if they have it running 
>> themself and/or know what would be involved in doing
>> this.
>> 
>> I've also been working on getting Tomcat 3.3.1 running on
>> 
>> the same machine (just in case I can't get 4.0.4 going). 
>>  So information on 3.3.1 on OS/390 would he helpful as 
>> well.
>> 
>> Current notes:
>> - may have to convert certain files such as 
>> catalina.policy/tomcat.policy, tomcat.conf, and 
>> tomcat.propeties... from ascii to EBCDIC.
>> - I'm under the impression that all served up files
>> should 
>> remain in ascii.
>> 
>> I'm currently (today) focussing on even getting Tomcat 
>> 3.3.1 going.  All of the JSP examples run great, but I'm 
>> running into the following error when I run the servlet 
>> examples:
>> Error: 500
>> Location: /examples/servlet/HelloWorldExample
>> Internal Servlet Error:
>> 
>> java.util.MissingResourceException: Can't find resource 
>> for bundle java.util.PropertyResourceBundle, key 
>> helloworld.title
>> 	at 
>>
>java.util.ResourceBundle.getObject(ResourceBundle.java(Compiled
>> 
>> Code))
>> 	at 
>>
>java.util.ResourceBundle.getString(ResourceBundle.java:342)
>> 	at HelloWorldExample.doGet(Unknown Source)
>> etc...
>> 
>> The properties file, LocalStrings.properties, is in the 
>> default location and seems fine.  It is stored in ascii, 
>> which I'm assuming is correct, just like all the other 
>> files.
>> 
>> I've looked on the web via google and through this list's
>> 
>> archives and unfortiontely still haven't found solid 
>> information regarding this Tomcat on OS/390.  I couldn't 
>> even tell if this scenario is officially supported by the
>> 
>> Tomcat group. Tomcat has rocked for me, I'm using it at 
>> work and for personal projects at home.
>> 
>> Any input would be greatly appreciated. Thank you so
>> much! 
>> 
>> Cheers,
>> Rich
>> 
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