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Is it poosible to know what is the url of this Cruise Control web app ?

 
Amandeep Singh
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On our unix box, the cruise control is installed. i can see all the folders but i am unable to figure out on which url this application is running. so that i can access it.

well i can open and see CrusieControl.bat file. it didnt offered me any clue.


 
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What do you see on port 8080 of that machine?
 
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well this unix box host more than 5 applications. So for me i do not know the url of localhost so that i can verify what is running on this port 8080. well i do have access to weblogic console, but it does not gives me any clue about this deployed war file.

any other config file recommended on which i can see what is the url defined ?
 
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There can only be a single server listening on port 8080; just access http://localhost:8080/ and see what it is.
 
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this is not working because i am remote to the unix box. Also i have limited privileges on this box. i can just access my project application on this box. nothing else.
 
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In that case, substitute the IP address of the machine for "localhost".
 
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this does not works. Already i tried. let me go through the web.xml file.
 
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Please read these two pages: ItDoesntWorkIsUseless and TellTheDetails. You're making it hard to help you.
 
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as you told i already tried with it. it displays the page cannot be displayed.
 
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nslookup that box, you should be able to access via IP address or domain name. If you can't then either someone has set it up to run under a service name or you don't have firewall permissions to view it. In all cases I'd ask your network people.
 
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nslookup command looks good. probably i need to search the all benefits of this command.
 
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