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Tomcat and IIS

 
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hi,
Can I change the port number for my tomcat4 cause I do have an IIS running and have existing application in IIS .
Can I run IIS application and tomcat4 application programs together ? How ?
 
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Yes, you can change the default port number (8080) on the file
%CATALINA_HOME%\conf\server.xml , search the string "8080"
A usual combination in Win/NT Systems is the IIS (Running in another port)as the front to the web (working together with DNS server to provide names
and security: https://www.myapplication.mycompany.com ), and internally the IIS is pointing to a local application in another port:
http://localhost:8040/myapplication
 
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