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Try to install Pentaho BIserver and GeoServer on the same server.

 
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Hi to all, I'm trying to install Pentaho BI server on a IBM Server. In this server I have already instaled a Tomcat server with a Geoserver service active. What i do to install pentaho bi server:

Download de .zip file.
Unzip and configure the postgres db.
Use de start-pentaho.sh to run it.

The first time it's work fine, a couple of minute later Geoserver shut down (Geoserver is installed on a tomcat 7). I have to stop pentaho services. What I don't saw was that pentaho already have a tomcat server included (it's a tomcat 6). I first tryed to change the tomcat ports on pentaho to 7005, 7080 adn 7443.

Second run happends the same. Pentaho server start but shut down geoserver.

Any one who has done this?

Thanks!!
 
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Welcome to the Ranch.

Haven't used either software but from my research on Pentaho, I believe it is already a java app server. So if you have run pentaho alone you should see some java process for it.

So integration Geoserver into Pentaho is probably what you should try instead of the other way round.

Also do check whether ports for these 2 software have conflict.



 
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Hi K. Tsang, thanks for the fast answer, i've just found that pentaho have a tomcat 6 in the zip files, and if there other posible to do the other way, install pentaho into tomcat i have already installed on the server?

Thanks.

 
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What I meant was use Pentaho with Tomcat as the base and install Geoserver to it.
 
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Yes I understand what you said but is there is some way to do it backwards? Thanks for the replies!
 
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Backwards? Hmm if pentaho is a war then you can copy that to the other tomcat.

But then I don't know if there are config files embedded inside pentaho's tomcat
 
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Finally the answer was to change ports server pentaho tomcat, guide me to achieve this next link Stackoverflow.

Thanks to K. Tsang for the answer.
 
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