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Hi all,
if you are interested in, I've installed JFourm with Resin 2.1.14 + MYSQL on a Win2K platform and everything went well. Live at first time.
No problems with installation
No problem with deplay
No problem with simple test

Good work Rafael
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good.. it's very pleasing heard that

Rafael
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I am hoping to try out Resin. Can Resin be installed together with Tomcat?

Also, I am totally new to Resin. Is there any difference in installing JForum in Resin as compared to in Tomcat?

Thanks in advance.
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Well, using another computer, I have got a error message in Resin, something like this.
404 Not Found
/forum/forums/list.page was not found on this server

Actually it works fine in Tomcat (I am more familar with), which I was testing previously.

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I spent many unneeded time "troubleshooting", because I thought since Resin is new to me, so I better do some homework. Then I emailed them the provider and they told me they are doing some maintence work.

Now it is working. Installation is the same as in Tomcat.
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theBaz wrote:Hi all,
if you are interested in, I've installed JFourm with Resin 2.1.14 + MYSQL on a Win2K platform and everything went well. Live at first time.
No problems with installation
No problem with deplay
No problem with simple test

Good work Rafael


me too


thanks Rafael
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Hi, jamesyong,
Resin version used here is 3.0.12, would you show me whoel steps to install jforum on resin container? Thanks.

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Hello

Installation of JForum 2.1.8 on Tomcat 6.0.18 is perfectly without problems on WinXPSP3 box. Awesome software!!! And we would like to integrate it on our business website.

But our (new) ISP is running Resin 3.1.8 with Linux kernel 2.6.9-78.0.13.ELsmp and Apache 1.3.41. And there installation fails, when trying to access http://<hostname>/jforum/install.jsp with error

404 Not Found
/jforum/install.jsp was not found on this server.
Resin/3.1.8

And on a test installation of Resin 3.1.8 on the home WinXPSP3 box, JForum installation fails in the same way.

Any hints what we could be doing wrong, or what can be done would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks a lot in advance
Ole
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Don't use or know anything about Resin.. but a 404 not found generally indicates that something is wrong in the webapp configuration. E.g., the app server (resin) isn't able to map /jforum to the jforum application files.
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Thanks monroe, for your help. Somehow you must have pointed me in the right direction: changing the folder name from jforum-2.1.8 to plain jforum made everything work like a charm. Some custom resin-web.xml might make the versioned folder name work, too, but I'm content with as it is now.


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