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Hi,
Am a SCWCD beginner.
When i access a page by http://localhost:80 ..it means my requests to port 80 are forwarded to tomcat server because tomcat listens on this port. am i right?
I have installed Tomcat 5.5. What can i do to access a page using http://localhost:8080.(right now i open with only http://localhost or alongwith 80)
 
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try changing the port number in servler.xml file.It is present in <tomcat installation dir>/conf
 
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"swapna",
Welcome to the ranch. Your name does not fit the ranch Naming Policy. Please read it carefully, and change your name accordingly. You need both first and last names to be set. Thank you.
 
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