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jsp not running in linux

 
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posted August 26, 2005 12:55 AM
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i extracted the tomcat using its bin file and placed into /usr/local folder.after successful setting of the java and Catalina home ..the tomcat is is successfully started.
i have also configured apache 2.something .its been placed in /usr/local/apache2.i have also configured mod connector.

when i run tomcat and point it to http://localhost:8080/ it shows HTTP 500 Status page and does not shows the default page of tomcat ...moreit does run any servletexamples and jsp examples.....
please help me ...urgent
 
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Are you sure you have the right port address(8080), confirm you have the right port address in your server.xml doc located in the conf folder...
 
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Before worrying about connecting Tomcat to Apache HTTPD, get everything up and running with Tomcat as a standalone app server. Then, if you still have a valid reason, look into connecting to HTTPD.

BTW: There is a forum dedicated to Apache Tomcat on this site.
You may find more people with experience in this area there.
 
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