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problem at "http://localhost:8080"

 
tushar panda
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i didn't get a suitable subforum to post , so i posted it here , if this isn't the right forum then please move it ..

i have oracle and glassfish installed .

after i have started domain in command line , i accessed http://localhost:8080 to check whether glassfish is running or not and i got oracle servlet engine over there . but in command line it is showing that domain started ..

now what to do .. i am confused
 
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Glassfish's servlet container is presumably either listening for requests on a different port or failed to start opropely. Check the logs for Glassfish and check what ports its using (since two servlet containers can't share a port).
 
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Paul Sturrock wrote:Glassfish's servlet container is presumably either listening for requests on a different port or failed to start opropely. Check the logs for Glassfish and check what ports its using (since two servlet containers can't share a port).


its ok but how can i change the two servlets access ports, or how can i stop oracle servlet ..
 
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i didn't get a suitable subforum to post , so i posted it here , if this isn't the right forum then please move it ..


So, where would you like to go? This can be moved to the Oracle forum. If this is related to weblogic (now owned by oracle), this can also go to the BEA forum. or we can move it to other for the glassfish crowd.

If you are going to let me decide, it will likely go to other (glassfish).

Henry
 
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