If you are using ISAPI are you able to get the tomcat splash when you go to 
http://localhost or are you getting the IIS splash page.  If you are getting 
the IIS splash page you are missing something in your ISAPI configuration.


Below is a good link to the ISAPI configuration.  It is for older versions of 
IIS and Tomcat, but it is still pretty solid for getting that to work right.


https://ashrafhossain.wordpress.com/2010/09/20/how-to-configure-iis-7-and-tomcat-redirection-on-windows-server-2008-64-bit/

[https://www.bing.com/th?id=OVP.hTMKC0v4kcIvv72vjeuytgEsC6&pid=Api]<https://ashrafhossain.wordpress.com/2010/09/20/how-to-configure-iis-7-and-tomcat-redirection-on-windows-server-2008-64-bit/>

How to Configure IIS 7 and Tomcat Redirection on Windows Server 2008 (64 
Bit)<https://ashrafhossain.wordpress.com/2010/09/20/how-to-configure-iis-7-and-tomcat-redirection-on-windows-server-2008-64-bit/>
ashrafhossain.wordpress.com
Link Tomcat 6.0.18 with IIS 7.5, How to Configure IIS 7 and Tomcat Redirection 
on Windows Server 2008 x64



Based on being able to access on port 8080 but not 80 it leads me to believe 
that it is a configuration issue with ISAPI.  If you're getting the tomcat 
splash page on both 8080 and 80 then there are other things you can look at, 
but this would be a good start.


Brian



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From: ARSList <arslist-boun...@arslist.org> on behalf of Smerz, Christian 
<cesm...@eprod.com>
Sent: Tuesday, March 6, 2018 7:43:14 AM
To: ARSList
Subject: RE: IIS Issue


Prakash,

1)      Is there any reverse proxy server/load balancer configured? This 
happens in all our environments once we upgraded to 9.1.4  For now I am working 
in Dev which is a single server environment.

2)      How many midtiers are configured? Just one

3)      How many apps server’s configured and whether any apps side load 
balancer exists? One app only

4)      If there is any RSSO configured? RSSO is configured

5)      If there is single midtier which you are trying to access directly, 
does that machine host the IIS server too that works as a reverse proxy server? 
The midtier server was configured with IIS as the web server.  It uses ISAPI to 
direct to Tomcat

6)      If the 5th point above is correct, does it mean that the IIS server is 
configured on port “80” which is the default port for http request? Yes





From: ARSList [mailto:arslist-boun...@arslist.org] On Behalf Of Roy, Prakash
Sent: Monday, March 5, 2018 3:38 AM
To: arslist@ARSLIST.ORG
Subject: RE: IIS Issue



Hi Christian,



We need to understand your deployment architecture as below:



1)      Is there any reverse proxy server/load balancer configured?

2)      How many midtiers are configured?

3)      How many apps server’s configured and whether any apps side load 
balancer exists?

4)      If there is any RSSO configured?

5)      If there is single midtier which you are trying to access directly, 
does that machine host the IIS server too that works as a reverse proxy server?

6)      If the 5th point above is correct, does it mean that the IIS server is 
configured on port “80” which is the default port for http request?





If there is already port “80” configured for application other than midtier on 
the same machine then, midtier cannot be accessed using default port “80”. 
Midtier has to have some unique port configured for e.g “8080” to access it 
directly. You need to check the server.xml for the port configured for midtier.



Thanks,

Prakash







From: ARSList [mailto:arslist-boun...@arslist.org] On Behalf Of Smerz, Christian
Sent: 25 January 2018 21:10
To: arslist@ARSLIST.ORG<mailto:arslist@ARSLIST.ORG>
Subject: IIS Issue



Hi everyone,

We have upgraded our test system to 9.1.4  We have upgraded the RSSO component 
as well.  We cannot get to the midtier server with the direct URL, we are 
prompted with a domain login (assume this is coming from IIS) and cannot 
proceed.  If we add a port (:8080) to the FQDN it will work.  I’m hoping 
someone may have come across something similar and I’m just missing the easy 
fix.



Regards,

Christian Smerz



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