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Why is it so hard to get support here?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by staraxan, Jun 13, 2006.

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  1. staraxan

    staraxan Member

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    Why is it so hard to get support here?

    I been trying for two days to get an answer to a simple question. I simply like to know how to properly setup JSP / servlet support on a user on my system.

    But nobody here seems to read questions, respond to questions, or provide any help whatsoever.
     
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    Lyttek Well-Known Member

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    1) This isn't official cPanel support... it's a whole bunch of volunteers.

    2) it may be that no one knows the answer.

    3) it may be that the people who know the answer are on vacation, busy, etc.
     
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    There are also more than a several threads that cover JSP/Servlet/Tomcat setup, searching finds several.
     
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    I did search and I read many of them, and not one covers what I asked. Most of the setup threads, regards just getting Tomcat working. I already got Tomcat working and setup. My question is now that it is setup, how do you correctly give access to a user to Tomcat Manager? The install servlets option in WHM doesn't do it.

    How do you setup access for a user to Tomcat Manager, without that user having the ability to shutdown / start applications that he does NOT own?
     
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    I don't think any JSP and servlet related questions are easy. It's all greek to me :eek:
     
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    tomcat users

    To view the tomcat manager it gives you a url path of where you can administer the tomcat after installing through WHM.

    If u wanna give a user the access of tomcat manager you have to create the entry of that user manually in /usr/local/jakarta/tomcat/conf/tomcat-users.xml and have to give him the proper rights to use the manager.
    I didnt get to try it as i get a error when restarting tomcat but i hope it works for you.
    Try it urself before giving anybody rights of your tomcat manager page.
     
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    No pains, no gains. :eek:

    I belive its always difficultly when official cPanel support dosen`t exist. Fare so many problems will causing when you will setup a applet to cPanel and members they have experience and ideas ;) can help you.
     
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    Hi,

    If Cpanel doe snot provide any support then why its so popular ? This is not cool.

    Thanks.
     
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    Please reread this thread if you don't understand how cPanel support works.
     
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