Chris, You may have hit the nail on the head.
While I have 4 working tomcat applications, I am a C/Java/SQL programmer and Unix admin person (ex IBM system BAL programmer). I am mostly a DBA and write Java bean code to provide better access to things in the DB (make sure rules are followed). My experience level with tomcat is not great but growing. Today I got it running as user tomcat (not root - thanks Mark), and am finishing up by making it come up right using systemd services (instead of rc.local as I have in the past). So I will try my best to answer your questions. I BELIEVE that the web browser uses port 80 only and that httpd passes things off to port 8080. (not sure). I have created symbolic links in /var/www/html so applications worked in the past, but you say this is wrong and it may very well be. I will try removing the links (after I get systemd startup working) and test again. Maybe this will fix all 3 link scenarios I tried (2 or more would be great). Results will be posted here - hoping by end of day. On Wednesday, December 18, 2013 12:25 PM, Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net> wrote: -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA256 Ray, On 12/17/13, 1:23 PM, Ray Holme wrote: > HTTP Status 404 - /appName/appName_tour/appNamev3.html type Status > report message /appName/appName_tour/appNamev3.html description The > requested resource is not available. Apache Tomcat/7.0.35 you're a few versions behind. Unless there is a particular reason to stick with 7.0.35, you might want to update to 7.0.latest. - -chris -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.15 (Darwin) Comment: GPGTools - http://gpgtools.org Comment: Using GnuPG with Thunderbird - http://www.enigmail.net/ iQIcBAEBCAAGBQJSsdp0AAoJEBzwKT+lPKRYFrEP/2RB3svdpiLhEIw/eBbtuD4R zrbmE/m4rAXyeC0rh3WRQeRt6LJH1Q6QpI3dUz8SK/YIzNuHw1qp2c+LfSgPsQFT cJ4LdvUtMJEKLHfjbP0ghmKGsi2gqiMdLZ6L+JFV3cYwLCm9R5DUqKuTdPVnFoM8 sJ7v36tdaBM+UQs1l7/EuEXdRZDaOdIEenN34RnTJjfeu8TsWx4NxafUJEZ92HMJ E3FggG5vtEICR56MXM4VNkvk3Hj9pXSglm1QGNyHX2Ya96O8Hx6l04QRWRHZs5cU 4aQZnjilArmb/G4oH4eLl5PtUPUfpDxW9U0XKoIjRyHPtfyYLUlkogQboRMSIkkr uryjux/6BU2R/Xiu8g2A2UGYsexh9FZ0xwg43R7R9QPn/NxWFw87bH3VfU4Aj06C bI8trMKed9TN+weXgDIPTEfSh6gTQbI9KxYzAfs1C6kZYTzspuU/YUvYOKV/Mg6f Z8Knti0Cre90LMQaaNlou5Qxldlwn8vl+WVmo7tOjyEI1u1F9/mv3wRUdcfPJOJA F8CXVGFgKWqt6kBvRxecBqYZWype9Hdfk+JW5fEHQbMGcHzQBqZnIBAn8V4j56bg z8kTUto7JgGQPLB8A5XP6N1OCw2JsPJfbS5fcYkpxhru7UlQ6utmUTJxHRYiYzZ/ HYbL7TKjKZWMbC6a/jui =1IVL -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- --------------------------------------------------------------------- To unsubscribe, e-mail: users-unsubscr...@tomcat.apache.org For additional commands, e-mail: users-h...@tomcat.apache.org