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Accessing Tomcat from a different machine

 
Shagun Bhardwaj
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Hi,

I am running a web-application on Tomcat 7 on my computer.
I want my collegues in my company on the same network to have access to this applicaion. How do I do that ?

Note: http://<IP-ddress>:8080/<Application-Name>/Home.html did not work.

Regards,
Shagun Bhardwaj
 
Shagun Bhardwaj
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Does anyone know about it ?
 
Paul Clapham
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Perhaps if you explained what "did not work" actually meant, somebody would have something to say. So tell us: how do you know it "didn't work"? What did you see which suggested that?
 
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How did you obtain the IP address? Did you check it?
 
Shagun Bhardwaj
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Hi Paul,
I ran the application on my workstation at my workplace, I asaked my friend on the same domain to him the http://<IP-ddress>:8080/<Application-Name>/Home.html but he got a message 'page not found'.
But at my workstation , it was working fine.

Hi Ivan,
I used ipconfig to get my ip address.


Regards,
Shagun Bhardwaj
 
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