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thanks for the advice - I think we 'll stick with the current
configuration as people here seem to understand it quite well. I don 't
really like the idea of having to custom tweak things > From Tony Fountain [mailto tfountain@(protected)]
> is there some sort of "server " type mode
> for Apache to run in that will allow me to make use of more
> than 1.5 GB of memory?
You 'll n
Dear I have an "Apache Tomcat/6.0.14 " installed on the latest version of ubuntu osI am trying to add a servlet to the example application I put my class in a jar file and put it in "tomcat_home/Hi
I have configured sendmail at port 25 in ubuntu. It is working correctly as
I checked sending mails using a perl script as well as a javaprogram but my
web application running in tomcat does notrequest.getContextPath()?
-Terence M. Bandoian
Windows 2003 Server R2 SP2
We are using a reporting product written in Java 1.4 from another vendor
that integrates into our web application via frames anActually after re-reading your post Chuck 's suggestion makes better sense.
King Sean wrote
> Could you provide a little more detail on this? Unfortunately I am no
> tomcat expert.
> Ho > From King Sean [mailto Sean.King@(protected)]
> Subject RE Webapp load order tomcat 4 vs tomcat 5
> How would running two JVM 's help?
It wouldn 't. Your problem is one of synchronization not clasThanks for your help. I am trying to upgrade Tomcat 5.5 from Java 5 to Java
6 but it didn 't take
[2007-10-04 09 19 40] [174 javajni.c] [error] The specified module could not
Could you provide a little more detail on this? Unfortunately I am no
How would running two JVM 's help?
From Gabe Wong [mailto gabrielw@(protected)Sean
From your description it seems that communication between the 2 apps
is done over the wire.
If that is the case why not run each under a separate JVM/Application
Server to avoid the class l > From John Eric Hamacher [mailto badgerduke@(protected)]
> Subject Re tomcat update service failing
> I 'm trying to change the JRE the service is using. I cannot find
> service.baton my system.
TWithout giving away too much information...
I am working on an integration between the application that I develop
and a third party application. A requirement of the integration is that
my app receivI 'm trying to change the JRE the service is using. I cannot find
service.baton my system. Is the part of Windows? Or Tomcat? How can
I change the JRE
using service.bat? Thanks.
On 10/4/07 CaldaNo easy idea. At the moment fail_on_status is only for workers and not
for workers in mounts.
If you want to go the worker way there are some simple tricks to not
make it to complicated
- you > From John Eric Hamacher [mailto badgerduke@(protected)]
> Subject tomcat update service failing
> The following command
> tomcat5 //US// "Apache Tomcat " --Classpath C \ "Program
> Files "\Java\jdThe message says the build system can 't find your compiler.
The build of mod_jk runs indirectly via "libtool ". it uses the version
of libtool that got used to build the web server. For apache 2.0 The following command
tomcat5 //US// "Apache Tomcat " --Classpath C \ "Program
Files "\Java\jdk1.6.0_01\lib\tools.jar C \ "Tomcat 5.5 "\bin\bootstrap.jar
gives me the following error
[410 prunsrv.c] [ > From King Sean [mailto Sean.King@(protected)]
> For the application to run correctly app2 must be deployed and start
> before app1. Using tomcat 5 this does not seem to be a problem. When I
> start to
I have a fully working mod_jk High-Availability Tomcat environment at
the moment and I 'm looking to start catching web-app failures as well
as Tomcat server failures.
At the moment the Webapp load order is indeed pretty much by chance. No guarantee has
ever been made regarding any start order. I would recommend you add
code to app1 so it can gracefully deal with the chance app2Hi Gabriele
Thanks for the reminder.
Libraries (*.jar files) specific to an application should be in the
application 's WEB-INF/lib directory and those shared by all applications
should be in $CAT Hi all
I have two webapps that need to interact with each other. One is a fully
expanded webapp ( app1 ) and the other is expanded from a war file (
For the application to run correcThat helped! Thanks!
On 10/3/07 Caldarale Charles R <Chuck.Caldarale@(protected) > wrote
> > From John Eric Hamacher [mailto badgerduke@(protected)]
> > Subject which JRE is Tomcat using?
> > alee amin wrote
> there is some path exist on my website say ..
> http //localhost 8080/project/admin/ .. i wan that when user enter this url
> a default page should open which is one th e fGaurav Pruthi wrote
> How can I avoid creating of additional directory i.e. ROOT.
You can 't. This is by design.
> I have a question about whether there is a race condition with the following
> technique for displaying messages across redirects.
Yes there is.
> If you submit a form with an lightbulb432 wrote
> There are a couple of methods I 'm having trouble understanding how to
> implement. The first is isNew(). Looking through the StandardSession code I
> can 't tell exactly when to For a different session implementation than StandardSession
It is a JDBC based version of storing an HttpSession.
I can 't imagine it would be working without CLASSPATH.
I uninstalled the tomcat 6.0 and installed tomcat 5.0.25. It works then.
Caldarale Charles R wrote
> > From zhshqzyc [mailto zhshqzyc@(protected)|