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Alam Ikenna
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Joined: Mar 26, 2008
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Can Someone teach or show me how to call/start up the Admin Console of J2EE 1.4.2 AppServer; because, I always encounter the problem of not finding the specified address path for the Admin Console. Below is the address path I normally make use of:

http://localhost:4848/asadmin/admingui/TopFrameset

is there anything wrong with this? Cos, it doesn't give me the admin console at all, rather, an error page - telling me, the path is not found!
What should I do pls? or can someone help me with software online(may be something is wrong with my J2EE1.4.2 software)
Thanks
From: Alam Ikenna
Raghavan Muthu
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Joined: Apr 20, 2006
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Originally posted by Alam Ikenna:
[QB]Can Someone teach or show me how to call/start up the Admin Console of J2EE 1.4.2 AppServer;


Its very simple.You check the "QuickStart.html" file inside the "docs" folder of your Sun One App Server's installed location. If you have let it continu with the default settings, it would be in C:\Sun\AppServer\docs\QuickStart.html. Check the "Starting and Verifying the Server" section of it.


because, I always encounter the problem of not finding the specified address path for the Admin Console. Below is the address path I normally make use of:

http://localhost:4848/asadmin/admingui/TopFrameset

is there anything wrong with this?


No. One possible cause might be during installation and configuration , you would have changed the port number in which the server is listening to requests. You can get to know about in the log file. Did you check that?


Cos, it doesn't give me the admin console at all, rather, an error page - telling me, the path is not found!


Hope the hostname was correct in which it is running. Generally, 'localhost' will do! Otherwise, as said earlier, the port number was wrong certainly.


What should I do pls? or can someone help me with software online(may be something is wrong with my J2EE1.4.2 software


You go here for an online documentation of Sun Java System Application Server Platform Edition 8.2 Quick Start Guide --> http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/819-4710


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