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Hi,

we are a German Dev Team who actually develop a Sci-Fi MMORPG in Java.
Based on this Game, we plan to embed some Game Features and Data in the Website and Forum. While doing this we need a non-php solution and we found your Forum.
Now i have some Questions:

Actually i dont want to show the Design, but for better understanding i�ll do:
This is the current Design for the Forums and the plan is to take it over, one to one to JForum�s Template Engine. Is it possible to do that and get a 1:1 result?

Are there any known Conflicts with Apache in front of Tomcat and JForum?

Thanks for help and reading my very crap English

Spyme - SpyNox-Studios GameDesign
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A little Problem with installing Jforum:

HTTP Status 404 - /forum/install/install.page

type Status report

message /forum/install/install.page

description The requested resource (/forum/install/install.page) is not available.
Apache Tomcat/5.5.16
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OK, Forum installed sucessfully now but if i try to show, take a look self:

http://212.202.225.111:8080

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Anonymous wrote:OK, Forum installed sucessfully now but if i try to show, take a look self:

http://212.202.225.111:8080



You're seeing the default Apache Tomcat page, which is exactly what you should see using the default port of 8080.

What context root did you use for installing JForum? Or, what is the name of the directory under $CATALINA_HOME/webapps where you put JForum? ($CATALINA_HOME = the directory you installed Tomcat in) Whatever you called that directory is what you need to put after the above URL to launch JForum.

So it should be something like:

http://212.202.225.111:8080/_Name_of_JForum_Directory


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http://212.202.225.111:8080/Forum

The Folder od it is D:\Programme\Tomcat 5.5\webapps\Forum
(note that isn�t webapps\ROOT\Forum but if so, same thin happen)

/Spyme
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It will redirect correct from http://212.202.225.111:8080/Forum to http://212.202.225.111:8080/Forum/forums/list.page but with the Error Message:

HTTP Status 404 -

type Status report

message

description The requested resource () is not available.
Apache Tomcat/5.5.16
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There is a known issue with Tomcat 5.5.16 and the error you are getting.

You may want to start following this thread: Tomcat 5.5.16 - resource() is not available
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Many thanks to you, this Thread is as helpful as Google in 2120
This Bug cost me 2 Days of research and explain why all the other Apps like JavaBB didn�t work ,too.

I try to downgrade to a tomcat Version lesser 5.5.16 to see if JForum is working on it.

/Spyme
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