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thank you for response.
All functions are ready now.
thank you for help last days.
But i have another question, because i am not practised with tomcat.
a)How could i place a new link in the tomcat environment which link to my application login (without apex admintsration) ?
b) How can i place a port in the apex_listener or tomcat, which is only for my apex application ?
Now i have 2 ports defined in the server.xml file and both work with the tomcat administration page and apex !
c) How to secure the difference between apex administration, apex application and tomcat administration ?
Everyone should start the apex application, but only i should able to start tomcat admin and apex admin pages !
Thank you for help.
Edited by: handwerk.net on 18.02.2011 11:37
Edited by: handwerk.net on 19.02.2011 08:28
This works just fine with Tomcat 6, but there are problems with 7 as others have noted.
Curious - why would the apex.war need to be unpacked? I ask that question because I am trying to get the listener working with JBoss. I keep getting an exception.
Caused by: java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: URI is not hierarchical
handwerk.net wrote:I know this question has already been answered, but I just wanted to clarify which file was the issue behind the error [as I just ran into the same one, and others may look for it in the future]. After removing xmlparserv2-11.2.0.jar from \apex\WEB-INF\lib, Tomcat ran OK.
But after deploying the standard apex.war the tomcat web services do not start.
There is an error message in catalina.log which shows this:
INFO: Deploying web application directory apex
14.02.2011 20:43:31 org.apache.tomcat.util.digester.Digester getParser
javax.xml.parsers.ParserConfigurationException: The XDK supports only namespace-aware parsers.
What I did, I removed line "oracle.dbtools.rt.uri.WarURIResolver.file" from oracle.dbtools.rt.services which is saved under apex.jar/META-INF. And APEX started properly, I suspect that is a function to resolve path for docoments root which in tomcat/Jboss is root.war
Hello I posted entire step by step method on Linux x86-64 on my blog for APEX topics. The Tomcat one is at the following address.
I know it is late but hopefully it helps !!