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From jean-louis.ma...@bull.net
Subject Réf. : Re: A second administration port
Date Thu, 29 Mar 2007 12:57:22 GMT

Hello everybody,

I was not clear about my problem.
I would like to have an access to servlets-examples (or another web
application) in precising another port than 8080 so I did the following
configuration.
Creating a new service within server.xml this way:
...
...
<Service name="Another_service">

     <Connector
        port="9090"
        redirectPort="9443"
        minSpareThreads="25"
        connectionTimeout="20000"
        maxSpareThreads="75"
        maxThreads="150">

    </Connector>

    <Engine defaultHost="localhost" name="anything">

      <Realm className="org.apache.catalina.realm.JAASRealm"
        appName="anything"/>

        <Host
          appBase="D:\Programmes\Tomcat 5.5.20\Test_Another_service"
          name="localhost">
      </Host>

    </Engine>

  </Service>
...
...

Under "D:\Programmes\Tomcat 5.5.20\Test_Another_service" I've deployed
<servlets-examples> manually by copying the directory <servlets-examples>
from <webapps>; I can invoke with my browser the url:
"http://localhost:9090/servlets-examples" and it works fine.

Now I would like to deploy, undeploy, start or stop the servlets-examples
context by using my browser and not manually, invoking
"http://localhost:9090" as I do with "http://localhost:8080". I've
duplicated the <manager> and <ROOT> entries below
$CATALINA_HOME/Test_Another_Service. I well reach the index but when I
click "The Tomcat Manager", it keeps on requiring me an identification; i
can't escape from it.

Any idea ?


Best Regards



Jean-Louis Matéo
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Here you go found some docs.... can check all settings 4 ure self
========

2. Configuring the Manager Web Application

The Manager web application lets you perform simple management tasks on
your
web applications through a more simplified web user interface than that of
the Admin web app.

The Manager web application is defined in the auto-deployment file
CATALINA_BASE/webapps/manager.xml.

You must edit this file to ensure that the path specified in the docBase
attribute of the Context element is absolute; that is, the absolute path of

CATALINA_HOME/server/webapps/manager.

If you're using the default UserDatabaseRealm, you'll need to add a user
and
role to the CATALINA_BASE/conf/tomcat-users.xml file. For now, just edit
this file, and add a role named "manager" to your users database:
<role name="manager"/>

You must also have a user who is assigned the "manager" role. Add a user
line like this after the existing user entries (changing the password to
something a bit more secure):
<user name="manager" password="deep_dark_secret" roles="manager"/>

Then restart Tomcat and visit the URL http://localhost/manager/list to see
the plain-text manager interface, or http://localhost/manager/html/list for

the simple HTML manager interface. Either way, your Manager application
should now be working.

The Manager application lets you install new web applications on a
non-persistent basis, for testing. If we have a web application in
/home/user/hello and want to test it by installing it under the URI /hello,

we put "/hello" in the first text input field (for Path) and
"file:/home/user/hello" in the second text input field (for Config URL).

The Manager also allows you to stop, reload, remove, or undeploy a web
application. Stopping an application makes it unavailable until further
notice, but of course it can then be restarted. Users attempting to access
a
stopped application will receive an error message, such as 503 - This
application is not currently available.

Removing a web application removes it only from the running copy of
Tomcat -- if it was started from the configuration files, it will reappear
the next time you restart Tomcat (i.e., removal does not remove the web
application's content from disk).



----- Original Message -----
From: <jean-louis.mateo@bull.net>
To: <users@tomcat.apache.org>
Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2007 8:59 AM
Subject: A second administration port


Tomcat : 5.5.20
Java  : BEA JRockit 1.5.0_08


Hello,

I have configured a second address administration (9000): I have defined
within the server.xml a second service as:
<Connector port="9000" ...>, with an entry "Host" on which i've defined an
AppBase attribute different from <webapps>. All work fine.
Now I would like to administrate my web applications from the new port:
deploy, undeploy, start or stop
How can I do this ?

Thanks

Best Regards



Jean-Louis Matéo



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