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Jetspeed problem

Shahid Ahmed
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Joined: Feb 23, 2008
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I have installed Jetspeed-2.1.3 in my system.Iam using Tomcat5.5.
I have Oracle9i already installed,which has occupied the 8080 port number for its Oracle servlet engine.Now,i want to change the port number for jetspeed,as by default it also takes 8080. Please tell me the procedure to change the jetspeed port number.
And how should be the directory structure?Should i install jetspeed inside tomcat5.5? or anyother folder? how to integrate tomcat with jetspeed?
please help me.
 
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