Tomcat with servlet and servlets paths

RisingHost

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btw servlet/ and servlets/ seem to magically work now so all I need to figure out is war deployment...
 

casey

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Originally posted by RisingHost
Casey,
In order to get port 8080 working I had to add the "connector..." code mentioned in my last post and then restart tomcat. Aside from that it should work (i think).
Hmm, that code was already in my file, but the port just returns a not found message. I guess I'll just have to try to run a servlet. Do you have any easy examples?
 

casey

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Originally posted by RisingHost
casey,
what is the exact location of the server.xml file you are using?
/usr/local/jakarta/jakarta-tomcat-4.0.3-src/catalina/build/conf/server.xml

But there are a few others listed when I do "locate". Should I be using one of the others?
 

big

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dgbaker said:
* What if the client wants to have access to their application's log files

Logs are visible by anyone, but they are not separated by domain
/usr/local/jakarta/jakarta-tomcat-4.0/build/logs

You might be able to create a script that run daily and parses things out to different logs.
this might be a big old, but any idea how to make it?

not possible to make server.xml specify each domain with its own log?

/usr/local/jakarta/jakarta-tomcat-5.0.28/logs is my current dir.