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From QM <qm...@brandxdev.net>
Subject Re: Two hosts setup, jsp won't work!
Date Tue, 01 Jun 2004 16:18:48 GMT
On Tue, Jun 01, 2004 at 11:48:45AM -0400, Nadia Kunkov wrote:
: I run Tomcat5.0.24 on Fedora Core 1.  I have two hosts defined in server.xml
: in a following way:

First things first -- if you're going to use multiple virtual hosts, you'd
do well to either 1/ use separate appBase dirs, or 2/ disable autoDeploy
and deployOnStartup for your <Host> elements.

Otherwise, each vhost will deploy both webapps when it starts.



: I have about 5 jar files containing com.crystaldecisions.sdk.occa.report.* in
: /var/tomcat5/webapps/WebTest2/WEB-INF/lib

Are all of the classes unique between the jars? (That is, are there any
classes defined in multiple jars?)  If not, things could get messy down the
line.

To start debugging, you could disable the vhost for WebTest1 (just comment
it out) and focus on WebTest2.

Then, pare down the list of jarfiles in WebTest2/WEB-INF/lib.  Confirm that
each jar is indeed a valid file (a quick "jar -tf {file}" should do) and
that the required class, and every class on which it depends, is available
either in a JAR in WebTest2/WEB-INF/lib or a bare class in
WebTest2/WEB-INF/classes.



: I copied the above jars to /var/tomcat5/webapps/WebTest2/WEB-INF/classes just
: in case and got the same error.

No need to do this -- WEB-INF/classes will only load bare class files;
jarfiles must exist in WEB-INF/lib.


: Does this have anything to do with the hosts I've defined?  Did I create a
: wrong directory structure?

The dirs look OK.  If other JSPs compile without a problem, you can pretty
much narrow it down to a missing/rogue jarfile or class.



: Everything below /var/tomcat5/webapps is owned by tomcat5 user.  My Tomcat is
: running as root since I need it to be listening on port 80.  Cat it be a
: permissions problem?

Probably not a permissions problem, but you probably don't want root
running the Tomcat process.  

Once you've solved  your immediate JSP problem, you may want to look into
commons-daemon/jsvc.  (This was discussed recently on the list; see the
archives for details.)


-QM

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