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From Lisa D Beggs/AC/VCU <ldbe...@vcu.edu>
Subject Re: Trouble setting up virtual host
Date Thu, 23 Jul 2009 13:40:38 GMT
Can you tell us first under what kind of host this Tomcat is running ? 
Is it a Unix system, a Linux system, a Windows system ?
 
We are running Windows Server 2003

Second :
I am going to ask some pretty basic questions.  Can you answer them, 
even if you think that they are stupid, or that you have already 
answered them ?  That will give us some insight into the situation, to 
help you quicker.

Q1 : I presume that this, until now, is a working server. Yes/No ?  Yes

Q2: If yes, how do the users access it now ? What exact URL do they type 
in the browser location bar, to access the homepage of this server ? 

They used to type in http://adm138:8080/InfoViewApp - until I changed the 
port to 80 so now it is http://adm138/InfoViewApp - we want them to now be 
able to type in www.fmdreports.vcu.edu or fmdreports.vcu.edu to be able to 
get to that same page just easier to remember url for them

Q3: Still if yes, does that same URL work from all workstations, and do 
they all get the same page for the same URL ? And which page is that ? 

Yes, when they type in that page they get 
http://adm138/InfoViewApp/logon.jsp and this is what I need the DNS names 
to be redirected to.

Q4: Have you ever configured a webserver before (Tomcat or other) ? 

Yes & No, I have configured an out of the box application before using 
Tomcat for a Maximus application before....some configuration modification 
of Tomcat involved and clearing cache, etc. but after installing the 
application and Tomcat, most modication done within the application 
itself.

Thanks for all your help!

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From:
André Warnier <aw@ice-sa.com>
To:
Tomcat Users List <users@tomcat.apache.org>
Date:
07/22/2009 06:49 PM
Subject:
Re: Trouble setting up virtual host



Lisa D Beggs/AC/VCU wrote:
> The default Tomcat page is what I get if I try to enter that on the 
server 
> hosting Tomcat & Crystal Reports Server.....so my configuration in the 
> server.xml file must be incorrect.
> 
> If I try to type in the webpage from another computer it can not find 
the 
> page.
> 
...
Mmm.
Ok, Lisa, we're here to serve, no matter what comes...

Can you tell us first under what kind of host this Tomcat is running ? 
Is it a Unix system, a Linux system, a Windows system ?
And if it is a Unix or Linux system, which kind ?
(if you don't know, either ask around or enter "uname -a" in a console 
window on the server and tell us the result).

Second :
I am going to ask some pretty basic questions.  Can you answer them, 
even if you think that they are stupid, or that you have already 
answered them ?  That will give us some insight into the situation, to 
help you quicker.

Q1 : I presume that this, until now, is a working server. Yes/No ?

Q2: If yes, how do the users access it now ? What exact URL do they type 
in the browser location bar, to access the homepage of this server ?

Q3: Still if yes, does that same URL work from all workstations, and do 
they all get the same page for the same URL ? And which page is that ?

Q4: Have you ever configured a webserver before (Tomcat or other) ?


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