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From "Janet Ciavarelli" <Jciavare...@kamloops.ca>
Subject Re: :8080 problem
Date Tue, 28 Nov 2006 23:49:38 GMT
Well our network guy figured out the problem. One of the problems was that the virtual folder
in IIS named Jakarta had a capital J instead of a lower case j. Believe it or not, changing
the case made a difference. Also, the website had 2 ip addresses for it in the properties.
So now we have it working. Thanx for your help. 

>>> ruixian.bao@pp.inet.fi 28-Nov-06 11:15:18 AM >>>
Hello,

    This is your head info from the link

    http://webserver.kamloops.ca/imf/sites/DataDownload/disclaimer.html 
--------------------------------------


  Response Headers -
  http://webserver.kamloops.ca/imf/sites/DataDownload/disclaimer.html 

Content-Length: 103
Content-Type: text/html
Server: Microsoft-IIS/6.0
X-Powered-By: ASP.NET
Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2006 19:03:06 GMT

500 Internal Server Error

-----------------------------------------

Seems your frontend IIS is not forwarding the request to the tomcat server.

Best

- RuiXian



>
>
> On 11/28/06, Janet Ciavarelli <Jciavarelli@kamloops.ca> wrote:
>
>>
>> Hello,
>>     I am afraid I don't know much about Tomcat but am trying to get 
>> up to
>> speed as quickly as possible. I upgraded the server with ColdFusion MX
>> 7.0.1, and now one of our webapps has stopped working. The following URL
>> used to work before the upgrade:
>> http://webserver.kamloops.ca/imf/sites/DataDownload/disclaimer.html 
>> Now it only works if I add in :8080 to the URL as follows:
>> http://webserver.kamloops.ca:8080/imf/sites/DataDownload/disclaimer.html 
>>
>> I really don't want to have to ask our webmaster to add in :8080 to all
>> the links. I believe it is some sort of Tomcat issue. But I'm not 
>> sure where
>> to start to resolve this problem. If anyone could point me in the right
>> direction, I would really appreciate that.
>>
>> Janet
>>
>>
>
>


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