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install/install.page?module=install&action=welcome Page can not be found

 
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I am sure someone must have had this problem before.

After getting JForum on my server, I go to this URL:
http://www.mydomain.com/JForum/

and am immediatly redirected to this:
http://www.mydomain.com/JForum/install/install.page?module=install&action=welcome

but I get a page can not be found error.

Has anyone seen this before?

Thanks in advace
Mat.
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Are you using Apache (and its mod_jk module) in front of Tomcat?

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I am not sure.

How can I tell?
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Ask your sistem administrator / hosting support. If there is Apache in front of Tomcat, you need to ask them for mapping *.page to Tomcat.

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Rafael Steil wrote:Ask your sistem administrator / hosting support. If there is Apache in front of Tomcat, you need to ask them for mapping *.page to Tomcat.

Rafael



So what do I do if there is Apache in front of Tomcat?

What do I do if there isn't?

I will get back to you with my hosting supports answer.
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IF there if apache, then the *.page mapping will solve. If you don't have apache, then you are not running Tomcat or any other servlet container :P (kinda kidding, but then the context path or something like that must be wrong)

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ok. Apache is there.

Would it help to see my web.xml file?
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Anonymous wrote:ok. Apache is there.

Would it help to see my web.xml file?



Nope. As I said before, you should ask them to send all urls ending with ".page" (aka, *.page) to Tomcat. The tech support knows the procedure.

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Rafael Steil wrote:
Nope. As I said before, you should ask them to send all urls ending with ".page" (aka, *.page) to Tomcat. The tech support knows the procedure.

Rafael



well, I talked to my hosting company... and this was their response..

My hosting company wrote:We investigated more on this, but could not find a rule to be defined thru server.xml.


All I asked them to do was make sure *.page pages were send to tomcat.

Anything I can tell them to make this more clear? Are they looking in the right place, server.xml?

Thanks for all your help so far.
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It's not via server.xml, but Apache's HTTPD worker.properties.

Here: http://tomcat.apache.org/connectors-doc/

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About is error,

Exists another altenative, if not make is alter connector with apache x tomcat!?

Some "provedores" not understand how configuration!!

I need configuration os files at config alone or jforum too not yeat run without chose.

Ok.
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If your hosting company have Apache in front of Tomcat, they should know how to configure it.

If they even don't know what "Tomcat" means, search for some other place to host your website

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