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https -- status 404

irina tomashevsky
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Joined: Sep 26, 2013
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Hello there, I have a strange problem.
I have Oracle http server and Apache Tomcat installed on the same machine and listening on different ports. I also set up both with https certificates.
I run Documentum Webtop application under Apache Tomcat and while
http://... link works, https link for the applications stops working at some point and returns HTTP Satatus 404.
Any suggestions on how to fix this?

Thanks!
William Brogden
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http://... link works, https link for the applications stops working at some point and returns HTTP Satatus 404.


If you are in fact getting a 404 HTTP status, then the link is working because your request got through to the server.

A 404 means "requested resource not available" - if the link was working before then something has happened. Perhaps the application has thrown an UnavailableException or some other error affecting that application has occurred. There should be information in the log files.

Bill
 
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