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Naveen Madarapu
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how can i change the port if i am using 8080 it opens oracle


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Mick Knutson
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edit ./conf/server.xml to change:



to something like:



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tanuj khare
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What Mick has said is completely true, we can change the port in server.xml and these changes will be only in effect after recycle.

But before selecting the port number, verify that system is not using this port using the following command
netstat -atnp |grep "port" number ---------------- linux
netstat -atnp |find "port" number ---------------- windows

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Naveen Madarapu
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Thanks Mick it's very helpful to me.
Mick Knutson
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Naveen Madarapu wrote:Thanks Mick it's very helpful to me.

YW.

BTW, another tool if you want to see the ports and http traffic if you are on Windows:

TCPViewer:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897437

HTTPDebugger: (my favorite)
http://www.httpdebugger.com/
 
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