Java 1.4 should still be available, check your software resources and 5761-JV1 options and the environment variable JAVA_HOME.
https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/ssw_ibm_i_71/rzaha/rzahainstalljdk.htm On 7 September 2017 at 15:56, André Warnier (tomcat) <a...@ice-sa.com> wrote: > On 07.09.2017 16:21, Vinay A S wrote: > >> Hello, >> >> We have installed Apache Tomcat version 4.1.30 on our iSeries server. >> > > I don't even know what to tell you. Some of the people on this list may > not even have been born yet, when that version was released. > > (Ok, I am pushing it a bit; it was 2004, 13 years ago; so they may have > been born, but still in primary school) > > Recently we have upgraded the OS400 Operating System from Version 7.1 to >> 7.3 where Java 7 and Java 8 are introduced. After this upgrade, Tomcat is >> giving an HTTP status 500 exception report. >> > > I don't know if anyone here will be able to help, with such an old version > of Tomcat. But in any case, an error 500 should be reflected in the tomcat > logfiles. > Just in case, please view the logfile at the time of that error, and copy > and paste the relevant part here. (Do not send it as attachment, really > copy and paste it in your email) > > >> We explored the Tomcat portal and found that we are running Tomcat on a >> lower version and that needs to be upgraded. >> > > No kidding.. > > But we are unable to find the > >> exact procedure to install Tomcat on iSeries server. >> >> There is a subsystem TOMCAT running on the system with Job QP0ZSPWT being >> Active. >> >> Please advise on the version of TOMCAT that needs to be installed on the >> system as well the procedure to install it. >> >> > I believe that this is a question that you should ask to your system > support people (or IBM). This list here focuses on tomcat, as per > http://tomcat.apache.org. > The current version is 8.5, which requires at least a Java 7 JVM. > > Tomcat per se is Java code, and will run on any platform that has an > appropriate JVM available. > Installing Tomcat on any platform however, is more the resort of the > package managers of the corresponding platforms/OS'es. > > First find out which version of Java is available/installed on your > platform. > Then consult this page : http://tomcat.apache.org/whichversion.html > to determine which version of Tomcat is appropriate (the higher, the > better) > > Once you have done this, there are further instructions in each version's > documentation, that outline the installation. For example, for tomcat 8.5, > here : > http://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-8.5-doc/setup.html > > The above concerns the tomcat which you would download from > tomcat.apache.org. > But in all likelihood, there are special pre-packaged tomcat versions > available for your specific platform, which might simplify this. > But this, you need to ask your sysadmins. > > Note that there are not really "tomcat upgrade" procedures for upgrading > your tomcat 4.1 to 8.5. You will need to install the new tomcat > (preferably somewhere else than the old one), and then move your > applications one by one from the old to the new. > If you are reasonably lucky, they might still work unchanged. > But do not move the old tomcat settings, to the new one. That will not > work, and will create a mess. Find out what you might need to change in the > new standard settings, and do it there (after making a backup). > > > > --------------------------------------------------------------------- > To unsubscribe, e-mail: users-unsubscr...@tomcat.apache.org > For additional commands, e-mail: users-h...@tomcat.apache.org > >