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Difference between localhost & same system ip address

Elanges waran
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Joined: Dec 13, 2007
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Hi All,

I used tomcat server for my web application, i used server's IP address like http://192.168.0.62:8080/SampleApp/serach.jsp it is properly woking. but I used as localhost on server system as follows http://localhost:8080/ SampleApp/search.jsp and not properly as functionality wise. Any once clarify regarding difference between server ip address & server's local host.

I am expect the valuable reply.



Regards,<br />K.Elanges
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