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Tutorial Installation and configuration of ea-Tomcat85

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Installation and configuration of ea-Tomcat85 - How to make use of your newly installed Tomcat software.

Tomcat Installation Guide

Contents:
  1. Introduction
  2. Installing Tomcat
  3. Installing Ubic
  4. Tomcat Environment Configuration
  5. Installing your site

I. Introduction

In this guide, we will walk through the process of ensuring that you, and your users, can make use of your newly installed Tomcat software.

This guide walks through the process of installing Tomcat...
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mikerich6

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Hello cPanel team, was wondering if you had any insight as to the SSL configuration for ea-tomcat85. By implementing these steps, HTTP requests work pretty well well but I'm having some difficulties for HTTPS requests not getting all the way to Tomcat. Really appreciate your help. Thanks!
 

URSArno

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Hi there. I've followed the installation process up to point 2 but the test.jsp page does not display.
Ubic is installed, and I restarted tomcat85 (status running).
test.jsp is in ea-tomcat85/webapps/ROOT
I use http, and the ip address, but no test message get's displayed.
The ip I get from WHM-List Accounts for the only user that is displayed.
The port is 10000. Is it possible that it's blocked?
Is there a process of elimination I could follow to determine where the problem is?
Many thanks!

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I have since, using WHM Terminal, been able to confirm with:
curl http://???.???.???.???:10000/test.jsp
that I indeed get a '<h1>Test JSP Page</h1>' response, but not from an external browser.
I assume port forwarding of sorts need to be configured by the provider?
 
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