On 2013-09-12 16:47, Laurent TROXLER wrote:
> Yes, I can axes to Tomcat Home page and login as root. There I can see
> that base2 is uploaded.
> There isn't any obvious error on the web interface.
> To answer to Jari, I am working presently directly on the server to
> avoid any internet problem.
> What do you mean by "work directory hierarchy" ? Does it mean that each
> directory of the
> /Library/Tomcat/work/Catalina/localhost/base2 chain should be owned by
> www or it should be the case only for base2 ?
I think everything below /Library/Tomcat/work can be removed since
Tomcat will re-created the structure as needed. I don't know if the
owner matters as long as Tomcat is able to create files and directories
in that folder.
Since Tomcat seems to be working, does this mean that
exists and contain a few *.java and *.class files?
A similar structure should be created in the
/Library/Tomcat/work/Catalina/localhost/base2/ folder, but if it doesn't
there must be something else that is preventing the files from being
created, though at the moment I have no idea what that could be.
> At this time it is owned by root from the _appserveradm group (I guess
> setted by the system)
> I was also wondering if my base.config file was well setted. Should the
> db.username be setted to base2user or to root ?
The db.username and db.password settings in base.config is the
username/password that BASE need to log in to the MySQL server. Since
the initdb.sh script worked this should be ok as it is.
The username and password given as parameters to the initdb.sh script
are for the root account to the BASE application and is needed when you
login to the BASE web application at http://localhost:8080/base2. They
are two different sets of username/password and doesn't have to be the same.
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