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From Lev A KARATUN <Lev.KARA...@raiffeisen.ru>
Subject Re: How can I access tomcat's logs using my jsp?
Date Mon, 06 Feb 2012 07:54:02 GMT
Christopher, 

actually, I'm new to configuring tomcat and writing .jsp's. All that I 
managed to do up to the moment is - to set up authentication rules and to 
get a jsp that gives me a list of files that I need (in the 
/$catalina_base/my_instance/logs directory). So, I can't give you a sample 
of my code because it doesn't exist yet =)

Thanks for mentioning PsiProbe, I'll try to use it.

Best Regards, 
Karatun Lev,
RBRU IT Application Support ,
(495) 5464



Christopher Schultz <chris@christopherschultz.net> 
03.02.2012 20:32
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Lev,

On 2/3/12 8:53 AM, Lev A KARATUN wrote:
> I'm trying to write a simple jsp to make some superusers able to
> download tomcat logs via browser after entering a password. (In my
> organization it's not permitted to give anyone the "manager" role)

You could bail-out and use a separate utility like PsiProbe which, I
believe, has this kind of thing built right-in.

> I've already managed to get a list log-files' names (just copied
> someone's part of code and made some adjustments), but when I'm
> trying to make download links, I don't know how can I specify the
> path to /$CATALINA_BASE/logs via my web-browser. As far as I can
> see, I can reach only folders like /$CATALINA_BASE/webapps/myapp
> upon entering the link http://myhost:port/myapp.
> 
> So, the question is - how can I access tomcat's logs using my jsp?

Can you give us a sample of how you are trying to serve the file? Are
you performing a <forward> and trying to let the DefaultServlet serve
the log, or are you reading the file yourself and streaming it back to
the client? I believe only the latter will be possible without
significant alternative configuration.

- -chris
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