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From "Stasa Jerinic" <stasa.jeri...@dato.at>
Subject AW: AW: AW: Problem calling the Web-Application by Alias name
Date Thu, 30 Aug 2007 10:10:43 GMT
>>http://dato.app.at
>>-->
>>port: 80
>>context: / 

ok it should be called http://dato.app.at/app (this maked I wrong), but what should I do because
of Port, so that I have not to write the Port number in URL adress. Should I write <Connector
port="80" ... and should it looks like by port="8080"

Thanks,

Jerinic Stasa


http://dato.at:8080/app <http://dato.at:8080/app> 
-->
port: 8080
context: /app

does that paint the picture for you,
you are confusing too many things at the same time

Filip





Stasa Jerinic wrote:
> Yes I set the port 8080 in <Connector port..>.
> I think that I not anderstand you. I have now two ways to call my web-application.
> One is by the computer name (for example http://dato.at:8080/app <http://dato.at:8080/app>
) or the other way is by the Alias that I inserted in the Host tag ( http://dato.app.at <http://dato.app.at>
).
> The calling by Alias name don't works really. The application is in fact loaded, but
I can not log me (when I trie to logg me on the web-page I get the side when logg me off and
in the browser URL is not more staying the http://dato.app.at <http://dato.app.at> 
but the http:
//dato.at:8080/app).
> What can be the problem?
>
> Greetings,
> Jerinic Stasa
>
> the port (8080 vs 80) is not part of the hostname, but you set the port in
> <Connector port="..."
>
> element
>
> FIlip
>
> Stasa Jerinic wrote:
>  
>> I'm using only one Host. And I will to call the web-application not for example by
http://dato.at:8080/app <http://dato.at:8080/app>  but by http://dato.app.at <http://dato.app.at>
  (dato.app.at I inserted as a Alias)
>>
>> Greetings,
>>
>> Jerinic Stasa
>>
>> if you are only using one <Host> element in server.xml, then you don't
>> need any aliases at all, get rid of them. all your requests will go to
>> that host/app anyway
>>
>>
>> filip
>>
>> Stasa Jerinic wrote:
>> 
>>    
>>> Hallo,
>>> I'm using Tomcat 5.0. For my web-application I use Hibernate, Struts and Struts-Layout
Frameworks.
>>> I have following problem:
>>> By starting my application with http://localhost:8080/app <http://localhost:8080/app>
 or http://my_computer_name:8080/app <http://my_computer_name:8080/app>  I can normally
work with application. I can log me and so on.
>>> But in server.xml I inserted in <Host ...> part the tag <Alias>domainname</Alias>.
By calling the web-application with dommainame that I inserted in Alias tag, I get the
>>> web-application but when I try to login me in the application it fails (same
behaviour like as the session is switched off).
>>> In the browser-URL I get also not more the domainname but the http://my_computer_name:8080/app
<http://my_computer_name:8080/app> .
>>> I tried to see what the problem can be with HTTPWatch. As soon the css with Struts-Layout
is loading the adress is changed from domainname to http://my_computer_name:8080/app <http://my_computer_name:8080/app>
.
>>> Have I forgot some settings in tomcat or the problem is lieing in Struts-Layout.
>>> Thanks.
>>> Greetings,
>>> Jerinic Stasa
>>>
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