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From Matt Bathje <>
Subject [OT] Re: Form based login & german umlaut
Date Wed, 27 Oct 2004 15:17:46 GMT
Replying to an unrelated message, even with a different subject, may not 
be the best idea either.

People using a threaded mail reader will most likely see your message 
threaded under the topic you replied to instead of as a new thread. If 
somebody is ignoring the thread you replied to, this will wind up making 
your message get ignored as well.

It is best to add the tomcat user list to your address book and start a 
new message using that when you have a new topic.


Robert Humble wrote:
> I am sorry I hit reply and pressed the send button before I changed the
> subject. You know it is like when you let the car door go just as you
> realize that you have left the keys in the car.
>             Sorry Robert
> On Wed, 2004-10-27 at 11:06, Mark Doppelfeld wrote:
>>Robert I'm not sure if this thread is the place where to put your question.
>>I've got a problem with my web apps form based / JDBCRelam authentication.
>>It' nothing related to the manager app of tomcat.
>>Robert Humble wrote:
>>>Hi, I would like to be able to limit the access in Tomcat manager. I
>>>would like to be able to setup a user account that is able to start,
>>>stop and remove the examples application, but only the example
>>>application. The problem is that when I give a user the role manager
>>>they have access to shutdown and start all the other application. How
>>>would I set it up so that they can only use the commands for the app
>>>they are responsible for?
>>>      Thanks
>>>         Robert
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