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Oracle Tomcat clash

Tony Evans
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Joined: Jun 29, 2002
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I am running Oracle 9i on my PC which listens in on port 8080.
I have edited server.xml, where ever I saw port 8080 I replaced with 9000.
I have the startup message Starting Coyote HTTP/.1 on port 9000
Last message is server startup in 7791 ms.
I guess this means that Tomcat has started up ok.
Problem is that when I run http\\localhost:9000\index.html I get page cannot be displayed.
Is there a way of debugging any of the scripts to see what happens when I try to run http\\localhost:9000\index.html or will I need to download the source code to complile and run.
Thanks for any Help Tony
Mike Curwen
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Joined: Feb 20, 2001
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Do you actually get 'page cannot be displayed'? or is it a 404 error? Do you have friendly error messages turned on in IE ? (if you do, turn them off, you'll be doing yourself a favour!).

If you're literally typing in:
1) missing colon
2) use forward slashes
3) there's no such file as 'index.html' under the ROOT context.

what happens when you try:

Tony Evans
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Joined: Jun 29, 2002
Posts: 595
Thanks Mike, I was typing the slashes the wrong way,
http://localhost:9000/ returns "The page cannot be displayed:"
The problem is that when I type in http//localhost I find the Oracle Server.
Has establshed a connection therefore I can not use Tomcat.
I have tried to stop TNSLSNR.exe but I get access is denied.
Thanks for any help Tony.
Tony Evans
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Joined: Jun 29, 2002
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I have used the stop Oracle Apache web server command, which does stop the server. So when I run localhost I get page cannot be displayed.
But I still cant get http://localhost:9000/ to load the Tomcat startup page.
Also the startup message states
Server startup in 10325 ms. Can anyone tellme what this message means.
Thansk for any help
Tony Evans
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Joined: Jun 29, 2002
Posts: 595
Using services I have turned all my Oracle applications to manual, and have retarted my PC. This has freeded 8080.
I have set port connection back to 8080, and have run the startup script.
It works now.
Cheers Tony
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