Re: Two separate instances of Tomcat running on a single Windows 2003 server.

2008-03-10 Thread Mark Thomas

doepain wrote:

Is it possible (and I am sure that it is) to have two separate instances of
Tomcat running on a single Windows 2003 server, and connected through the
ISAPI redirector to IIS running on the local system.

If so could you please guide me in the right direction?


The right direction is the Tomcat users list.

See http://tomcat.apache.org/lists.html

Mark

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Re: Voting on releasing RC artificats as Final

2007-05-21 Thread Mark Thomas
Nick Burch wrote:
 What do other people do about this for their releases, when voting on
 artificats? Do you do each build as if it was -FINAL (so that gets
 embeded into all the directory names etc), then rename the artificats
 for voting, or something else?

For Tomcat, every release candidate gets a new version number. We
upload the RC to tomcat.a.o/dev/dist and test it for a few days. If we
find a show stopper, we delete the uploaded RC and start again (it is
still tagged in svn if we ever need to go back).

If no major issues are found, we vote on it (Alpha/Beta/Stable) and
after the vote the files are copied to www.a.o/dist and an
announcement sent out.

HTH,

Mark

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Re: [VOTE] Commons moving to TLP

2007-05-08 Thread Mark Thomas
Henri Yandell wrote:
 [X] +1 I support the proposal
 [ ] +0 I don't care
 [ ] -1  I'm opposed to the proposal because...

Mark

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Re: [VOTE] Move POI to TLP

2007-05-05 Thread Mark Thomas
Nick Burch wrote:
 So, now is the time to vote on the proposal:
 [X] +1 I support the proposal
 [ ] +0 I don't care
 [ ] -1  I'm opposed to the proposal because...

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Re: [VOTE] Move Turbine to TLP

2007-04-29 Thread Mark Thomas
Scott Eade wrote:
 Here are the vote options:
 [X] +1 I support the proposal
 [ ] +0 I don't care
 [ ] -1  I'm opposed to the proposal because...

Mark

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Re: Can we keep one action file for all jsp files?

2007-04-19 Thread Mark Thomas
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Hi,
  
 I have 5-6 Jsp pages and all are inter connected.
 If any one make changes, these changes should be display in the database.
 
 In this case, I need only one Action class which can hold or manipulate all 
 changes from all jsp pages. I am not sure Can we keep one action file for 
 all jsp files?
 
 If yes, then how can we configure struts-config.xml file.
 If no, then pls suggest me any altenative solution. 
  
 Thanks  Regards,
 Prafull Jain J

I think you want the struts users list. See
http://struts.apache.org/mail.html

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Re: How to configure Apache Tomcat/5.5.9 from mono-web task to multi web tasks

2007-04-18 Thread Mark Thomas
Guershon Marc wrote:
 Please can you tell me how to reconfigure the Apache Tomcat/ 5.5.9 (If
 it is possible !) so=20 that we can use more than one client application
 using the Tomcat at the same time.

This question belongs on the Tomcat users list. See
http://tomcat.apache.org/lists.html for subscription information.

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Re: [VOTE] Remove SVN restrictions

2006-03-27 Thread Mark Thomas
 [X] +1
 [ ] -1

Mark


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Re: [PROPOSAL] Two community proposals

2006-03-05 Thread Mark Thomas
Felipe Leme wrote:
 Henri Yandell wrote:
 
 1) Remove SVN restrictions, all Jakarta committers can commit anywhere
 in Jakarta, with the exception of the Commons-Sandbox as it allows
 Apache committers in general to commit.
 
 
 I'm +1 on this one. As others already pointed out, it would help to keep
 dormant/stable projects more active and would allow committers fixed
 small bugs on other projects. That's particular useful on commons
 sub-projects, as its components are used by many projects (for instance,
 I have submitted a couple of simple patches - including test cases - to
 Jelly, but they haven't been applied neither commented yet...).

Also +1, and for exactly this reason.

Mark



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Re: http://tomcat.apache.org/connectors-doc/howto/quick.html Typo

2006-02-27 Thread Mark Thomas
Tom Beighley wrote:
 I just noticed there is a typo on the page:
 http://tomcat.apache.org/connectors-doc/howto/quick.html
 
 Under the minimum workers.properties section
 
 worker.worker1.reclycle_timeout=300
 
 should be
 
 worker.worker1.recycle_timeout=300
 
 (recycle is misspelled)
 
 Maybe not a big issue, but for newbies like me who cut and paste it might
 solve some issues.

Thanks Tom. Fixing it now...

Mark


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RE: [VOTE] Jakarta Http Components

2005-10-22 Thread Mark Thomas
 [X] +1
 [ ] -1

Mark


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Re: Download javadoc in one bundle

2005-07-18 Thread Mark Thomas

Claude Lalyre wrote:

So that's a pity that the following javadoc documentation at :

http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/tomcat-4.1-doc/catalina/docs/api/index.html

Is only available online. Is possible to ZIP all these HTML files and give us a 
download link ?
In that way I will install it on my station and I will be able to view the 
Javadoc off-line...


Try looking in the 
jakarta-tomcat-4.1.x\webapps\tomcat-docs\catalina\docs\api


directory of any 4.1.x .zip or .tar.gz distribution.

Mark


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[Fwd: [SECURITY ISSUE] Using allowLinking with deprecated HTTP 1.1 connector]

2005-02-21 Thread Mark Thomas
Hi,
Having just dealt with the issue below I was thinking where else, other 
than the Tomcat User mailing list this information needed to be sent? 
That got me thinking about the wider issue of handling security issues 
at Jakarta/Apache. I went looking for, but failed to find, answers to 
the following questions:

1. Does anyone monitor the issues reported to [EMAIL PROTECTED] to 
ensure that they are evaluated and, if necessary addressed, in a timely 
manner? If yes, who? If not, should we?

2. Do we publish anywhere a list of known security issues and their 
associated fixes? If yes, where? If not, should we?

Does anyone here know the answers to these questions?
Mark
 Original Message 
From: Mark Thomas [EMAIL PROTECTED]
All,
A security issue has come to light where a mal-formed request may result
in JSP source code disclosure.
This issue only applies if all of the following are true:
1. You are using any Tomcat 4 version = 4.1.15
2. You are using the deprecated HTTP 1.1 connector
(org.apache.catalina.connector.http.HttpConnector)
3. You have configured 1 or more contexts served by the connector with a
resources element that uses the allowLinking parameter and this
parameter is set to true.
The fix is to use the Coyote HTTP connector
(org.apache.coyote.tomcat4.CoyoteConnector).
The on-line Tomcat 4 docs have been updated to include a warning about
this configuration combination. The next Tomcat 4 release will include
the updated documentation.
If you are using Tomcat 4 with the standard Coyote HTTP connector this
issue does not apply.
Tomcat 5.0.x and 5.5.x are unaffected by this issue.
Thanks are due to Glenn Choat who reported this issue to the Tomcat team
 last week.
As a reminder, if you have a verified security bug to report please do
not post it to email lists or submit a bug report. Security bugs should
be reported privately by email to [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Regards,
Mark
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Re: jakarta-site2 now live on xslt

2005-01-03 Thread Mark Thomas
Mark Thomas wrote:
Thanks for the offer of help. I was planning at looking at this 
tomorrow. I was going to look in CVS to see what you changed on 
jakarta-site2 and go from there. If anything doesn't make sense I'll let 
you know.
FYI: The Tomcat site now builds (via ANT and XLST) without the need for 
jakarta-site2. There is plenty of scope for streamlining the build but 
that is rather lower priority.

Mark
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Re: jakarta-site2 now live on xslt

2005-01-02 Thread Mark Thomas
Henri Yandell wrote:
I've removed the Website Maintenance link too, it no longer makes much 
sense and nobody seemed to mind the suggestion of killing it.  It has 
(the page isn't gone yet, just the link) a lot of stuff about using 
jakarta-site2 as a system for other sites (I thought somebody mentioned 
Tomcat did this, but looking at their CVS repo I can't see references to 
jakarta-site2).
There is a reference in jakarta-tomcat-site\build.bat (and build.sh). At 
the moment the tomcat site won't build using CVS HEAD.

If the old version is needed however, it is tagged under the tag 
PRE-ANAKIA-REMOVAL.
And this is the obvious work-around until one of us takes a look at this.
Mark
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Re: jakarta-site2 now live on xslt

2005-01-02 Thread Mark Thomas
Henri Yandell wrote:
Ack, sorry. I didn't think to look in the scripts, just the build.xml.
No problem. I can easily build stuff using the PRE-ANAKIA-REMOVAL tag.
Let me know if I can do anything to help; I obviously don't intend to go 
breaking things for any of the subprojects.
Thanks for the offer of help. I was planning at looking at this 
tomorrow. I was going to look in CVS to see what you changed on 
jakarta-site2 and go from there. If anything doesn't make sense I'll let 
you know.

BTW, I was going to tackle the rest of the nagoya renaming issues at the 
same time.

Mark
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Re: Dormancy worries

2004-12-28 Thread Mark Thomas
Henri Yandell wrote:
JServ, Watchdog and Alexandria are both dormant as far as I know. The 
mailing list for Alexandria needs to be closed down, so I'll take care 
of making that happen.
Depends how you define dormant. There is _very_ occasional use of 
Watchdog when we do a Tomcat 4 release. This is itself a pretty rare 
event but I can see there being at least one further Tomcat 4 release.

I don't see Tomact 4's use of Watchdog being a sufficient driver for 
further commits to the Watchdog codebase.

Mark
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Re: Dormancy worries

2004-12-28 Thread Mark Thomas
Henri Yandell wrote:
JServ, Watchdog and Alexandria are both dormant as far as I know. The 
mailing list for Alexandria needs to be closed down, so I'll take care 
of making that happen.
Depends how you define dormant. There is _very_ occasional use of 
Watchdog when we do a Tomcat 4 release. This is itself a pretty rare 
event but I can see there being at least one further Tomcat 4 release.

I don't see Tomact 4's use of Watchdog being a sufficient driver for 
further commits to the Watchdog codebase.

Mark
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Free Java Profiling tool for open source developers

2004-09-06 Thread Mark Thomas
Hi,

I have been in touch with YourKit (http://www.yourkit.com/), providers of the
YourKit Java Profiler, who offer free licenses to open source developers. In
return, they would like a link to their website added to our project pages.
Since this tool could be useful to a range of projects, not just Tomcat, could
something along the lines of the text below be added to
http://jakarta.apache.org/site/acknowledgements.html ?

acknowledgement
a href=http://www.yourkit.com/;YourKit/a
YourKit kindly donates licenses for the YourKit Java Profiler to Jakarta
committers.
/acknowledgement

Thanks,

Mark



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RE: [VOTE] Updating PMC bylaws

2004-08-10 Thread Mark Thomas
+1

Mark 

 -Original Message-
 From: Henri Yandell [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
 Sent: Tuesday, August 10, 2004 4:59 PM
 To: Jakarta General List
 Subject: [VOTE] Updating PMC bylaws
 
 
 Suggested new bylaws are at:
 
 http://www.osjava.org/~hen/jakarta/management.html
 
 The aim is to identify the current reality, rather than plan 
 out a new set
 of bylaws. I believe I've responded to the past week of comments,
 sometimes by dropping things from the text as they require discussion
 (ie: active/inactive projects).
 
 Voting rules are that we need at least 3 +1 _PMC votes_, and a 3/4
 majority of +1's to -1's. I'll announce results next Tuesday.
 
 ===
 [ ] +1 - let's do it
 [ ] -1 - not good
 ===
 
 I think the above voting rule is fair enough, though there 
 are others we
 could use. Let's not worry too much about it unless we have major
 disagreements. Also, if people have non-voting commentary, it would be
 nice if they could change the subject (ie:  Madness   Was: 
 [VOTE] Updating
 PMC bylaws). Makes counting the votes a lot easier.
 
 Hen
 
 
 
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RE: Regarding JSP Custom Actions

2004-07-12 Thread Mark Thomas
Please post to the tomcat-user list, not the list owner. Please note that you
must be subscribed to post to the list.

Mark
 

 -Original Message-
 From: Puneet Monga [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
 Sent: Sunday, July 11, 2004 8:58 AM
 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Subject: Regarding JSP Custom Actions
 
 Hi 
 
 
   http://jakarta.apache.org/taglibs/tutorial.html#basic_tag_library
 
 The link that i have pasted above is the link to develop  a 
 very simple custom action. That custom action displays hello 
 world. But this example does not work on  Tomcat 4. It 
 displays a blank page with some doctype automatically added 
 to the page. None of the static contents of the html of the 
 original page are displayed in the browser. Even in the view 
 source option just a doctype and an empty body is shown.I 
 have checked the log file as well. There's no exception or 
 entry in it. Can anybody tell me the reason
 Puneet Monga
 



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Joining the PMC

2004-03-10 Thread Mark Thomas
As a Tomcat committer, I would like to become a Jakarta PMC Member.

Many thanks,

Mark 

From: Shapira, Yoav [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
Thanks for the info. What is the subscribe address for the Jakarta PMC
list? I
had a quick hunt on the website but I couldn't find it.

It's not as public as the other lists: that's why you couldn't find it.
You need to be a PMC member to subscribe, or the moderator won't let you
through, but if you are then send a message to
[EMAIL PROTECTED] to subscribe.  If you're not a PMC
member, send a message to [EMAIL PROTECTED] saying you wish to
become one ;)



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