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From "Parsons Technical Services" <>
Subject Re: Tomcat5.15 basic setup question
Date Mon, 13 Feb 2006 04:44:08 GMT

Not a very good application if they are doing that. Hard coding things such 
as IP addresses is just asking for headaches.

I take it that you have a link or a button with an action that is sending 
you to the desired page.
Remove the "" and simply leave the 
"Login" in place. If you need to move up a step on the content you can use 
../ in front of the desire destination or add the folder to move down a 

Now to unravel the confusion.
If at the root of the app:
href="test.jsp" will link you to the jsp page test in the root of the app.
href="night/select.jsp" will link you to the select jsp in the folder called 
night that is in the root.
Once in the night folder and you need to link to something in the root then 

The same works for actions on forms.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Bob Hartung" <>
To: "Tomcat Users" <>
Sent: Sunday, February 12, 2006 11:24 PM
Subject: Tomcat5.15 basic setup question

> Hi all,
>   I am new to java and Tomcat.
>   I have the following situation:
>      FC4 server behind PIX box.  Internal address 10.x.x.x.
>      Outside address resolves to mirc.[website].[suffix]
>   I have deployed a java application called MIRC and it works fine at the 
> server console.
>   From the same network, I can access all functions with 
> http://10.x.x.x:80.
>   From the outside world I can access the main page with 
> http://mirc.[website].[suffix]:8080
>   The problem is when I select a function on the entry page that sends me 
> to another jsp in the application.  Because the application suggested that 
> i hard code the local address, 10.x.x.x, when I do try to access another 
> page the url is returned as, for 
> instance. cannot resolve.
>   I though of changing the address in server.xml to localhost:8080 but 
> that too will not resolve from the outside world.
>   My question is were if the mass of documentation for Tomcat should I 
> start looking for the answer of how to configure this so it will work both 
> from within my office and from the outside world?
> Thanks for pointers!
> Bob
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