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Server port no 9080 is in use in WSAD 5.0

 
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Hi friends,
I am using the WSAD5.0 server, I got the following error when starting the server. Lunching error, server port no 9080 is in use. Some one please help me.
Thanks,
Bhargavi.
 
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WSAD == WebSphere Application Developer?

This means that there's already a program using that port number (either you're running multiple wsad local test environment servers each having port 9080 or you have another program using that port number like jboss, tomcat, etc). In either case, change the port number of the server you're trying to start up. In your WSAD IDE, double click on the server and you'll see a window with server configuration...find the one that pertains to port...very easy to locate (find the field that has a value 9080) and change the value to 9081 or whatever port number not yet allocated.

hope this helps.
[ August 17, 2007: Message edited by: dennis zined ]
 
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Hi,
For the clue to find out who is using this port, try this command
C:\>netstat -a -b -v

This will show you which application is using these ports. It is like
TCP FLL000033489:9080 FLL000033489.nac.ad.aexp.com:0 LISTENING 952
[javaw.exe]

Kill or stop this programme. In my case it was javaw.exe.
This will resolve the problem.
 
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Worked for me! Thanks.
 
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