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From Yuri E <themachinesickn...@gmail.com>
Subject I can only access Tomcat 7 when running via console (startup.bat)
Date Thu, 06 Dec 2012 16:19:46 GMT
Hi,

I'm using Windows XP Professional SP3, 32 bits, and Tomcat 7.0.

Recently I started developping a web application for the company I'm
working for, and I decided to use Tomcat as Web Server.
The first thing I did was download the zip version, and start Tomcat using
the Windows Command Prompt (startup.bat). Then, I deployed my app and
configured my router (TP-Link) to foward the 8080 port to my IP adress (it
has reserved IP by MAC adress). I'm using DHCP connection to access web.
I tried to access my webb app through "http://localhost:8080", and
everything was fine, then I tried with "http://[router-ip]:8080", and it
worked without problems.
But I didn't liked the console window which appears when Tomcat is started,
so I decided to install Tomcat through the .exe installer. First, I stopped
Tomcat by closing the console window opened in the startup, and then I
installed Tomcat as service using the .exe.
I restarted the computer, and Tomcat automatically started. Good. But when
I went to access my web app again using router's IP, I couldn't. Then, I
tried to access Tomcat's Welcome Page using Firefox (http://localhost:8080),
and everything was ok. After that, I tried using my router's IP (with
Firefox), and I received an error message saying that "the connection was
reset".

What I want to know is what I need to do to access Tomcat (running as
service) from web, taking into account that it works perfectly when running
in the console window.

Thanks for any help.


*Yuri E. - Brazil*

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