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Hi

I bought a domain name and I am trying to host my J2EE application. I created the war file and I renamed it to ROOT.war. Then I uploaded it into "/home/%username%/tomcat/webapps/%domainname%/" directory.

But when I access to the site, the welcome page was blank.

Here is a part of my server.xml file:



I don't know what to do.

Thanks
 
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Welcome to the JavaRanch, Deparis!

Are you sharing this copy of Tomcat with other users/domains?

Unless you are running multiple virtual hosts with Tomcat, you don't set up a specific domain in server.xml. You use the localhost domain and the webapps directory would be simply TOMCAT_HOME/webapps.

For a virtual host, the path would usually be configured to be something like SOME_DIRECTORY/domainame.com/webapps. Where SOME_DIRECTORY could be your TOMCAT home directory, but doesn't have to be. Actually, the webapp directory path could be any directory that Tomcat can access, as long as no other virtualhost is set up to use it as well.
 
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Hi Tim

The problem is resolved. In fact, there was an error message below in the log file:

Caused by: java.sql.SQLException: Access denied for user 'xxxxxxxx'@'localhost' (using password: YES)



When I was creating the database, I forgot to allow all privileges to the user "xxxxxxxxx".

Now all is ok, there is no issue.

Thanks al lot Tim.
 
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