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manogna edintipal
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How can I change the port no of tomcat

i mean my server is accessd from browser as "http://localhost".

How can i change it to access as "http://localhost:8080"

Thanks in advance

David Ulicny
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Look in conf/server.xml file. There are all settings for tomcat.

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Ulf Dittmer

Joined: Mar 22, 2005
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You will run into difficulties assigning any port under 1024 (assuming this is a Unix-ish OS), because those ports require root privileges. In that case you may need to front Tomcat with Apache.
David Ulicny
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Looks like the change should be from 80 to 8080, which is really strange. I suppose 8080 is by default.
Are you using web server with tomcat?
Have you checked out Aspose?
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