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    Raymond Guest

    Tomcat 4.0.3 and JBOSS 3.0 has port conflict????


    Hi! Im a newbie regarding JBOSS. I have an application in Tomcat4.0.3 using
    Struts with a PostgreSQL backend, Im using Win2k by the way. I read an example
    somewhere in the internet regarding running JBOSS first then running tomcat.
    for some reason, JBOSS was able to run successfully, i verified it by checking
    http://localhost:8082, However, when I run Tomcat, it reported an error that
    port 8080 is already used.
    Thanks!

    Raymond

  2. #2
    Paul Clapham Guest

    Re: Tomcat 4.0.3 and JBOSS 3.0 has port conflict????

    And is JBoss maybe using port 8080? Clearly something is. You could use
    the netstat command to find out what ports are in use.

    PC2

    "Raymond" <rcw823@asking.com.ph> wrote in message
    news:3d1bd631$3@10.1.10.29...
    >
    > Hi! Im a newbie regarding JBOSS. I have an application in Tomcat4.0.3

    using
    > Struts with a PostgreSQL backend, Im using Win2k by the way. I read an

    example
    > somewhere in the internet regarding running JBOSS first then running

    tomcat.
    > for some reason, JBOSS was able to run successfully, i verified it by

    checking
    > http://localhost:8082, However, when I run Tomcat, it reported an error

    that
    > port 8080 is already used.
    > Thanks!
    >
    > Raymond




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