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jaykaze@gmail.com
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      12-21-2005
When I go to http://myserver:8080, I get the Apache Jakarta Project
page which says it's the default Tomcat homepage.

I click on Tomcat Manager and I get prompted for a user name and
password.

And I end up at the Manager page.

I see the usename and password in the tomcat-users.xml file and it says
I have the admin and manager roles.

When I click on \admin, I get nothing, just white space...

It tries to go to http://myserver:8080/admin and the windows flag quits
waving and the bottom left says "Done" but I got nothing but white
space.

My second problem is that the only app of any consequence on the server
is now found at:

http://myserver:8080/MyApplication

I'd like it to be found at simply:

Http://MyServer

Then I've got to drop a certificate on it and make it run on SSL.

Am I going to have more trouble trying to get the internet to use my
port 8443 or switching tomcat to port 443?

Friday is my last day and if I don't get this done, there's going to be
alot of money poured down the drain by this outfit and I'm not going to
care much.

Thanks for helping!
-robot

 
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Tim Terry
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      12-22-2005
http://www.velocityreviews.com/forums/(E-Mail Removed) wrote:
> When I go to http://myserver:8080, I get the Apache Jakarta Project
> page which says it's the default Tomcat homepage.
>
> I click on Tomcat Manager and I get prompted for a user name and
> password.
>
> And I end up at the Manager page.
>
> I see the usename and password in the tomcat-users.xml file and it says
> I have the admin and manager roles.
>
> When I click on \admin, I get nothing, just white space...
>
> It tries to go to http://myserver:8080/admin and the windows flag quits
> waving and the bottom left says "Done" but I got nothing but white
> space.
>
> My second problem is that the only app of any consequence on the server
> is now found at:
>
> http://myserver:8080/MyApplication
>
> I'd like it to be found at simply:
>
> Http://MyServer
>
> Then I've got to drop a certificate on it and make it run on SSL.
>
> Am I going to have more trouble trying to get the internet to use my
> port 8443 or switching tomcat to port 443?
>
> Friday is my last day and if I don't get this done, there's going to be
> alot of money poured down the drain by this outfit and I'm not going to
> care much.
>
> Thanks for helping!
> -robot
>

change your connector to use a ssl connector (commented out by default)
and deploy your application in the root context (eg in the 'ROOT' dir)

Tim
 
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Viator
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      12-22-2005
The file you may be interested in is server.xml in conf derectory of
Tomcat installation. You can also read the manual of tomcat.

Amit

 
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