JMS is a programming api that is an abstraction for a messaging service.
There's a bunch of implementations of the JMS API, such like car's have the
same human to car interface (steering wheel, pedals, etc), however there's
tons of types and manufacturers. Tomcat serves up web content. Some JMS
On Tue, Dec 18, 2018 at 7:22 AM Rajendra wrote:
> How to test JMS on Tomcat without writing client code? Please let me know
> if anyone knows the steps or process.
Hi, I think it would depend on the implementation you are using.
> Thanks !
How to test JMS on Tomcat without writing client code? Please let me know if
anyone knows the steps or process.
here is screenshot
I just tried again still no working
On Mon, Dec 17, 2018, at 11:27 PM, Christopher Schultz wrote:
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> On 12/18/18 00:10, Bo wrote:
> > I do a clean install of the tomcat7 folder
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On 12/18/18 00:10, Bo wrote:
> I do a clean install of the tomcat7 folder and rename it to just
> tomcat, and without changing ANYTHING and without adding any old
> files yet, I start the tomcat service and try to get to the status
I'm using the Tomcat class to embed the container in my application. I have
configured the CATLINA_HOME and _BASE properties, and I know those are working
because the 'work' folder gets generated there as expected. However if I put a
server.xml file in a 'conf' folder in the same
I do a clean install of the tomcat7 folder and rename it to just tomcat, and
without changing ANYTHING and without adding any old files yet, I start the
tomcat service and try to get to the status page, but this time it won't even
let me log into anything at all either, no matter what I try.
On Monday, December 17, 2018, 9:49:34 PM PST, Bo wrote:
> > here is screenshot
> I just tried again still no working\
At the risk of stating the obvious, your screenshot shows: - a tomcat-users.xml
file with three usernames: dog, god, and role1.
thank you very much for your help!
Here are the answers to your questions:
- Tomcat Windows Service has problems during automatic startup AND manual
startup from the Service panel.
- Older Java Versions: Using C:\Program
Files\Java\jre1.8.0_181\bin\server\jvm.dll Tomcat services starts.
I'm encountering following scan finding errors and couldn't find way to
Apache Tomcat Default Files
The following default files were found
Delete the default index page and remove the example JSP and
Take a look at the error page section of the web.xml. You may need to edit
From: danyaal.ha...@bcbssc.com [mailto:danyaal.ha...@bcbssc.com]
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On 12/16/18 22:00, Sam G wrote:
> Hi, I've installed Apache Tomcat 9 on windows 2016 64bit server.
> Our SA has requested a PKI certificate for the windows server feom
> our CA and got one. I need help with steps involved in using that
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