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From BAO RuiXian <>
Subject Re: jsp deployment
Date Sat, 14 Feb 2004 18:04:55 GMT

Jerry Ford wrote:

> Tomcat manager shows EBook is running.  And, when I request it through 
> Apache, Tomcat does serve it up.  When I request it through port 8080, 
> Tomcat says it's not available:

I suggest for now you forget running via Apache totally, since if it is 
not working directly from Tomcat, it cannot be running via Apache. What 
you see Tomcat is serving via Apache, actually it is not, rather the 
Apache itself is serving it.

You say Tomcat manager shows EBook is running, did you run 
localhost:8080//manager/list? Can you post the result of the url?

To further debug, can you do  the following:

    1. Make a 'test' directory under your webapps directory, i.e. 
paralell to "examples" and "EBook";
    2. Make a Context block in the server.xml file for 'test' by 
copy/paste/modify the Context block for "examples";
    3. Install this 'test' app by running 

Then run localhost:8080/test, what happens?



> Works----http://localhost/EBook
> Doesn't work----http://localhost:8080/EBook
> Works---http://localhost/examples/jsp
> Works---http://localhost:8080/examples/jsp
> Jerry
> BAO RuiXian wrote:
>> Jerry Ford wrote:
>>> Sorry, that's a cut-and-paste error that does not appear in the real 
>>> server.xml.  Only one </context> end tag; the root context is closed 
>>> before the EBook context begins:  <context...  />
>> The configuration seems okay then. BTW, can you run 
>> http://localhost:8080/manager/list to see what apps you have 
>> installed? If you can not find 'EBook', then you need to install it 
>> by running http://localhost:8080/manager/install?war=EBook
>> Best
>> Bao

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