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my JSP has a connectivity code . I am using Tomcat as the server.
In the starting when i ran my code it worked well but if i run the similar code now it displays the message "Connect to localHost". I work on a PC( user is administrator and don't have a passsword for my system). I mean to say when i turn my system on i need not enter username and password.I first start tomcat then i start the ORACLE services because it used to give problem as ORACLE has it's own JAVA and TOMCAT it's own.After finishing my work i turn off the services of ORACLE.
PROBLEM IS IT USED TO WORK PROPERLY(i.e used to connect before).I tried everything i.e seen my host file entry which is 127.0.0.1
I WOULD BE GREATEFUL IT YOU COULD MAKE IT WORK AGAIN.
[ May 03, 2006: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
 
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Hello ,

I am not sure... But as you said , You're using Tomcat which runs by default on 8080 port. make sure , WHen you access it , You either access it as 127.0.0.1:8080/ or http://localhost:8080/ , After the "/" , You can goto your app and try running it.

May be this help you.

Yogendra N Joshi.
 
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Hi,
It's difficult to understand your problem without any more information.
I suggest you to check your Tomcat stderr.log file. It's located in TOMCAT_HOME/logs.
Also check your applications. Try to debug using more SOPs.
And please give more information like giving complete error messages.

Abhishek
 
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