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jyotsana dang
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how do we create user accounts in tomcat 4.1.27?
please guide me
jyotsana
Tom Wolve
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Hi,
try to use the Tomcat admin tool.
Start Tomcat and your browser (location: http://localhost:8080/admin), user:admin - no password).
Click on 'Users' and select 'Create New User' from the list in the upper right corner.
Hope it was helpful
Tom
jyotsana dang
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thanks
i tried it.. but when i type http://localhost:8080/admin it gives a 404 error that the service not available
any advice?
thanks
jyotsana
Tom Wolve
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Sounds like your Tomcat is not yet running or listening to another port.
Did you get any error messages while starting Tomcat?
jyotsana dang
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it just gives an error page that the requested service is not available..
a http 404 error
Tom Wolve
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Are you sure that Tomcat is running?
How did you start it?
The browser message is indicating that Tomcat is not running (at Port 8080).
jyotsana dang
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Hi..
ya.. tomcat is giving a few problems nowadays..iam not able to start it properly..can u suggest me a web server that is a bit reliable!..
thanks
jyotsana
Tom Wolve
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Sorry I can't.
I'm using Tomcat and it works acceptable.
jyotsana dang
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but does the tomcat server give a problem if we have downloaded it from the net?
jyotsana
Tom Wolve
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The one I use is a download.
If you think your one doesn't work, try to download again or try to re-install.
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Kindly state your operating system and the Java SDK version you are trying to use. Tomcat has worked fine for me and a lot of other people on a variety of systems.
Bill
jyotsana dang
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The Operating system Iam using is windows server 2000 and j2sdk1.4.2_01
thanks
jyotsana
 
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