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From Sebastian Szuber <madpe...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: IIS6 not forwarding requests to Tomcat 5.5
Date Fri, 11 Feb 2011 09:09:31 GMT
Andre,

HTTP Connector is listening to HTTP protocol on 8080 port - I've used
it to access Tomcat directly from the browser (without IIS) just to
check if Tomcat works.
So results shown in points 2 and 3 do not go through IIS.

When I request page through IIS - don't see anything on this fact in
Tomcat logs.

Regards,
Sebastian.



2011/2/11 André Warnier <aw@ice-sa.com>:
> Hi.
>
> Something there does indeed not make sense.
> Your configuration looks ok at first sight.
> But this :
>
> 3. AccessLogValve is logging HTTP Connector request
> 127.0.0.1 - - [11/Feb/2011:04:55:37 +0000] "GET
> /analytics/res/Salsa_Glossary_en.htm HTTP/1.1" 304 -
>
> seems to indicate
> 1) that Tomcat received the request
> 2) that it responded with a 304 ("not modified") status
>
> (In other words, the browser had this in cache already, and sent the request
> along with a "if-modified-since" header or the like, and the server answers
> "well no, it has not been modified since then, so your copy is still valid"
> (kind of)).
>
> But anyway, the communication between IIS and Tomcat seems to work.
>
> Why IIS would then respond with 404, I have no idea.
> And how do you see that it answers with a 404 ?
> What does the error page really say ?
>
>
> Suggestions :
> 1) make a small modification to the page Salsa_Glossary_en.htm, save it, and
> then request the same URL again in the browser.
> (Or find a way to completely clear the browser cache; but with IE that may
> be tricky)
>
> 2) get yourself a browser plugin like :
> - for IE : Fiddler2
> - for Firefox : HttpFox or similar
> These allow you to see exactly what the browser is sending, and what the
> server is answering.  It is like a protocol analyser, but specialised for
> HTTP.
>
>
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