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From Adam Hardy <ahardy.str...@cyberspaceroad.com>
Subject Re: context
Date Fri, 12 Dec 2003 11:04:06 GMT
On 12/12/2003 12:21 AM Jerald Powel wrote:
> It's sorted. To cut a long story short, the same people who
> 'configured' it so that webapps was completey separated from Tomcat,
> and removed the examples, also decided to use a renamed server.xml.
> Once I figured that out, and added the context, it ran fine. A joy of
> being a contractor?
> 
> Perhaps you can answer me this to close..why in my experience was it
> not necessary to add a context for an app to run successfully, but on
> this occasion it was?


I can't answer that one. It certainly disproves the idea that what you 
don't know, can't hurt you.


> 
> many thanks
> 
> G.
> 
> Hi Jerald, I'm sorry but I've never had a Status 500 - no context
> configured.
> 
> There must be something freaky in your context configuration. Is the
>  manager app running? That is normally at localhost:8080/manager/html
> 
> 
> What does that say you have running in terms of contexts?
> 
> What directories do you have in your webapps dir and what contexts do
>  you have configured in conf/server.xml and
> conf/Catalina/localhosts/*.xml?
> 
> BTW what TC version are you running?
> 
> Adam
> 
> On 12/11/2003 01:19 AM Jerald Powel wrote:
> 
>> Yes, they are all (3) running on different ports. All of them
>> running apps quite happily. This particular one is running a single
>> WAR OK, and my app - not OK. (HTTP Status 500 - No Context
>> configured to process this request). I haven't played with the root
>> context. Manager app?! Like I said, all apps bar the two I talk of
>> have been removed. On looking, there is NO root context! (TC was
>> configured by a third party before my arival)
>> 
>> thanks for your assistance
>> 
>> G.
>> 
>> Jerald, what happens then? You just get a message saying 'requested
>>  resource not available'?
>> 
>> Presumably your different tomcats are on different ports and don't
>>  interfere with each other?
>> 
>> Also can you run the manager app? What does it say is running?
>> 
>> You say you removed all other contexts - so your app is running as 
>> the root context? I believe you must have a root context.
>> 
>> Adam
>> 
>> On 12/09/2003 11:13 PM Jerald Powel wrote:
>> 
>> 
>>> Sorry for any impropriety re the hijacking!
>>> 
>>> I have a WAR running successfully under webapps. All other
>>> examples etc have been removed. I am running several
>>> instances/versions of Tomcat on the same box, and have no
>>> CATALINA_HOME env. variable defined. I am trying to port my app
>>> from the one version to the other. The WAR runs, my app doesn't!
>>> 
>>> Thanks for any help
>>> 
>>> G.
>>> 
>>> Prostrate yourself to a tongue lashing for hijacking someone
>>> else's thread as well! You should start a new thread when you
>>> post a new topic.
>>> 
>>> Unfortunately you haven't provided enough info. Start a new
>>> thread and include details like your CATALINA_HOME and
>>> CATALINA_BASE variables and whether your root, manager &
>>> jsp-examples contexts are accessible.
>> 
>> 
>> 
> 
> 


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