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I have installed the WASP UDDI server. When run the serverstart.bat file from command line
I got some messages telling me everything works fine:
===========================================
INFO: com.idoox.wasp.WaspImpl - Starting Systinet WASP Server for Java/4.0SP2 (J
ava/1.4.1_01; Windows NT/4.0)
INFO: com.idoox.config.xml.ConfigStore - Starting configStore with savingPeriod
2000
INFO: com.systinet.wasp.admin.PackageRepositoryImpl - Registering package [][htt
p://systinet.com/wasp/app/uddi/4.5][uddi][1.0]
INFO: com.systinet.wasp.admin.PackageRepositoryImpl - Registering package [][htt
p://systinet.com/wasp/app/uddiclient/4.5][uddiclient][1.0]
INFO: com.systinet.wasp.admin.PackageRepositoryImpl - Loading package [][http://
systinet.com/wasp/app/uddiclient/4.5][uddiclient][1.0]
INFO: com.systinet.wasp.admin.PackageRepositoryImpl - Loading package [][http://
systinet.com/wasp/app/uddi/4.5][uddi][1.0]
INFO: com.idoox.wasp.server.Connector - Starting connector server on port 8081
INFO: com.idoox.wasp.security.client.CurrentImpl - No default security provider
configured
INFO: com.idoox.transport.http.server - Starting 'https' server on port 8443
INFO: com.idoox.transport.http.server - Starting 'http' server on port 8080
INFO: com.idoox.wasp.server.ServiceManager - Binding Service Manager to Transpor
t protocols
INFO: com.idoox.wasp.server.ServiceManager - Loading services marked to be loade
d on startup
INFO: com.systinet.uddi.web.UDDIRawService - Starting Systinet WASP UDDI, 4.5
*****************************************
* This product includes Hypersonic SQL. *
*****************************************
INFO: com.idoox.wasp.WaspImpl - WASP is started
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but when I try to point my web browser to
http://localhost:8080
I got the famouse 404 error message.
I have tried on both Windows NT and XP, got the same results. Is there anything that I have missed? Does anyone had similar exprience?
Thanks!
 
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