What is the user\password requested when trying to access listener config - ORDS, SODA & JSON in the Database

Friends,
Slightly puzzled by this one!
I'm trying to set up the Apex Listener with Apex 4.0 using TomCat.
When I get to step 7 in the Apex Listener Instructions
Visit http://localhost:8080/apex/Config to configure the Oracle Application Express Listener.
When I navigate to this location, I am prompted to enter a username\password
What user\password should I enter at this point?
Thanks in advance for any help you may be able to provide! 

You must enter a user/password existing in your database.
such as apex_public_user/password_of_apex_public_user
Do it and talk me about
Edited by: madiaw on 25 juin 2010 05:55 

Hi,
i had the same problem - try:
http://localhost:8080/apex/listenerConfigure
Marcus 

Thank you both for taking the time to reply.
I will look into both and update the thread 

sorry if you don't login in tomcat administration before. you must enter login and password of a manager user on tomcat .
The user is the one you give when installing tomcat.
If you have forgotten it : see it to: C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Tomcat 6.0\conf\tomcat_users.xml
and choose one whop have role='manager' 

mblumm wrote:
Hi,
i had the same problem - try:
http://localhost:8080/apex/listenerConfigure
MarcusThanks a lot Marcus, that resolved the problem. 

Great!
now i even found where i have it from
http://krisrice.blogspot.com/2010/04/yet-another-apex-listener-ea-better.html
There you will also see how to define Tomcat Users in order to view the admin Pages (what madiaw was saying)
Regards
Marcus

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error running tomcat home page

iam trying to run a sample jsp page in eclipse. using tomcat 5.5 and i am getting output when i try to execute it (http://localhost:8080/SampApp/index.jsp). but when i try to browse http://localhost:8080.iam getting error like
HTTP Status 404 - /
type Status report
message /
description The requested resource (/) is not available.
Apache Tomcat/5.5.30
what might be the problem..
thanks,
chenna 
The problem is that nothing is defined to be at /.
Your app seems to have the context path of "/SampApp", which means that all its URLs are below "/SampApp" and everything else is not handled by your app.
When nothing else handles those URLs either, then you'll get a 404 (meaning "file not found"). Try to configure your app to have the context path "/". 
same problem again...
any other solutions plzz?
i uninstalled "Apache Software Foundation" from control panel... is that make any problem.. i installed tomcat 5.5 in eclipse and its running...
Edited by: yo_man123 on Sep 14, 2010 4:39 AM 
yo_man123 wrote:
same problem again...
any other solutions plzz?Why? Make sure that something handles that URL.
What do you expect there to show up? Have you written any code that should put something there?
i uninstalled "Apache Software Foundation" from control panel... is that make any problem..You uninstalled the entire foundation? Impressive ...
Are you following any kind of documentation or tutorial or are you randomly trying things hoping that something works? I suggest you try the former. 
oh my god... what to do now ... i uninstalled Apache Software Foundation from my system...
i was getting problem with that priviously.. so i planned to uninstall everything that related to tomcat. so i did that..
After that i downloaded tomcat 5.5 freshly and configured in eclipse, starts running it.. i
i written one sample date jsp file and run on tomcat... it works fine... but when i try to see "http://localhost:8080" it showing the former error...
what to do noww... pllzzzzzzzzz 
yo_man123 wrote:
oh my god... what to do now ...Calm down, read some documentation.
Answer my questions (note how you ignored everything I said and gave no new information in your post).
i uninstalled Apache Software Foundation from my system...No, you didn't. "Apache Software Foundation" is (as the name tells you) an organization that produces software (or that lets other people produce software in their name, to be precise). You can't "uninstall" them
You may have uninstalled one of their applications from your system. That's not the end of the world.
But it means that you must look more closely what you do.
i was getting problem with that priviously.. so i planned to uninstall everything that related to tomcat. so i did that..
After that i downloaded tomcat 5.5 freshly and configured in eclipse, starts running it.. i
i written one sample date jsp file and run on tomcat... it works fine... but when i try to see "http://localhost:8080" it showing the former error...And what do you expect that page to show?
Why do you expect your sample page to be displayed at that precise URL?
Have you configured
what to do noww... pllzzzzzzzzz[_Write in clear, grammatical, correctly-spelled language_|http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html#writewell]. Sloppy spelling errors and SMS speak make it less likely that you'll get help. Stop it.
In general, read [_How To Ask Questions The Smart Way_|http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html]. 
Usually we get the Tomcat home page when we type the URL "http://localhost:8080". i couldn't get that page. So for that what to do. As you said at the beginning, where i have to set that '/' ?
can you please elaborate it ?
Thanks 
yo_man123 wrote:
Usually we get the Tomcat home page when we type the URL "http://localhost:8080". i couldn't get that page. So for that what to do. Make sure that a webapp is installed for the root context.
As you said at the beginning, where i have to set that '/' ?Check the documentation of Tomcat to see how to configure the context path of your webapp.
can you please elaborate it ?No, not until you tell me which tutorial/documentation you're following. I don't like repeating information that's already available elsewhere. 
Here is my actual problem...
Hi..
i configured tomcat 5.5 in eclipse 3.5. (i have followed steps in http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/opensource/library/os-eclipse-tomcat/) i run a simple date jsp page on tomcat server, works fine (in eclipse browser). But i try to browse " http://localhost:8080" to see home page of tomcat, its giving error like
HTTP Status 404 - /
type Status report
message /
description The requested resource (/) is not available.
Apache Tomcat/5.5.30
and on the other side... i tried to run catalina from command line like " >catalina run" and browse the URL "http://localhost:8080" home page appearing successfully in eclipse and other browsers. But at the same time i tried to browse the sample jsp page from any other browser , its giving error like
HTTP Status 404 - /ExampleWebProject/index.jsp
type Status report
message /ExampleWebProject/index.jsp
description The requested resource (/ExampleWebProject/index.jsp) is not available.
Apache Tomcat/5.5.30
what is the problem?
Edited by: yo_man123 on Sep 15, 2010 12:09 AM 
question briefly is :
eclipse giving output of my jsp page but not tomcat home page when i run tomcat from eclipse . where as console run (>catalina run) gives home page but not jsp output ..
thanks in advance
chenna
Edited by: yo_man123 on Sep 15, 2010 6:51 AM 
anybody help me please! 
which is the best document to follow configure tomcat 7 in eclipse helious... ?
i could not get good one to follow...
thanks,
Chenna

Tomcat cannot start

Hi,
Have searched the net and a number of forums of forums including this one, to no avail.
Have just installed Apache Tomcat 5.5.17 using the *.exe, and seems to be configured fine.
My TomCat bin directory holds the following files:
bootstrap.jar
commons-logging-api.jar
jmx.jar
tomcat5.exe
tomcat5w.exe
tomcat-juli.jar
There are no *.bat files.
Each time I start TomCat from Windows Services I get the following message:
"Windows could not start the Apache Tomcat on Local Computer. For more info, review the System Event Log. If this is a non-Microsoft service, contact the service vendor , and refer to service-specific error code 0."
The Event log does not expand much either. What is missing in the configuration?
Thx 
have returned to this and tried to start from cmd and get the following
C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Tomcat 5.5\bin>tomcat5.exe
Unrecognized option: t 5.5\conf\catalina.policy 
Whenever I am trying to start apache tomcat it is giving me this error:
Windows could not start apache tomcat on local computer for more info review the system event log. if this is a non-microsoft service contact the service vendor and refer to the service specific error code 0.
If anyone knows how to solve this problem, please let me know
Thanks.
Sam 
for more info review the system event logAnd? 
Hi,
Try this,Copy the msvcr71.dll file in your java/bin and paste it inside the the tomcat/bin,(i guess this will work)
and let's hope for the best 
malick-java wrote:
Copy the msvcr71.dll file in your java/bin and paste it inside the the tomcat/bin,(i guess this will work)Are you joking or so? 
OK then... basics...
1. Make sure you have JDK installed and JAVA_HOME is set correctly.
2. Download a fresh tomcat, just the zip file, no fancy windows installers or exe files, get it from
http://tomcat.apache.org/download-55.cgi and select Binary Distributions > Core > zip
3. Unzip it somewhere
4. run the bin/startup.bat file
5. go to http://localhost:8080/
That's why I like tomcat/JSPs/Servlets etc, this is SO much easier than setting up Apache/PHP etc! 
malick-java wrote:
Copy the msvcr71.dll file in your java/bin and paste it inside the the tomcat/bin,(i guess this will work)BalusC wrote:
Are you joking or so? No he's not joking in fact!!!
There is a known issue with running Tomcat5.5 and Java1.6. Theres a whole realm of debate about where the fault lies.
[Tomcat bug database|https://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=41538]
[Sun's bug database|http://bugs.sun.com/bugdatabase/view_bug.do?bug_id=6509291]
[A linked discussion on the matter|http://www.duckware.com/tech/java6msvcr71.html]
Cheers,
evnafets 
Interesting. Nasty one though.
Do you have room to upgrade to Tomcat 6.0? Would rather do that. 
samreen1 wrote:
Whenever I am trying to start apache tomcat it is giving me this error:
Windows could not start apache tomcat on local computer for more info review the system event log. if this is a non-microsoft service contact the service vendor and refer to the service specific error code 0.
If anyone knows how to solve this problem, please let me knowIn fact their are many to help you,just reply to the answer whether it helped you or not,else don't waste others time by posting a question.This forum is made to help good programmer 
Hi ,
Just open control panel+administrative tools+Event Viwer+Application
There u can find the what is problem in your machine with tomcat.
I think it will helps u. 
Yes, the error message already told him so. He have to look in the system event log for more information. I am also still waiting for his answer about that. 
Hello everyone,
Thanks for trying to help me. I could not get online for a few days due to an emergency. Anyways, The system event log is displaying:
"The Apache Tomcat service terminated with service-specific error 0 (0x0)."
That is it, nothing else. 
That at least gives us more to work with.
Check this: [http://www.google.com/search?q=%22The+Apache+Tomcat+service+terminated+with+service-specific+error+0+(0x0).%22]. It´s good to know that you´re not the only one. I see a few different causes and solutions, under each the aforementioned DLL-move solution.
It may also help to try to open a command prompt and start Tomcat in there. It should give the actual error message in there. 
I have Tomcat 5.0 and j2sdk1.4.2_13 installed on my computer. I have Documentum 5.3 installed. The problem started with I was not being able to log in Documentum at first, not in da, nor in webtop. I kept getting messages that contact system admin, that is myself, then next thing i started getting message that the docbroker cannot connect to the docbase. And finally the tomcat stopped to start.
I hope this explains the whole situation.
Thanks.

Pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeease Help

Dear All
I have Tomcat 5 and when i wanted to enter administration page, i got the following message:
Tomcat's administration web application is no longer installed by default. Download and install the "admin" package to use it.
I downloaded tomcat_admin package, but I don't know how to deploy it.
any help will be appreciated.
Thank you very much 
hello,
Try to download the admin package from internet and then install it, click next for
while installing , it'll get installed for default settings .
And then use it .
hope it helps u.
Regards
Roshu 
Please use a more descriptive subject instead of this thoughtless, whining one.
% 
I have two specific questions buddy:
1. Where could i find admin package?
2. How could i deploy it?
Thank you 
Why don't you read the Apache site and follow directions. 
You download it from the same place you got Tomcat from
1 - http://tomcat.apache.org/download-55.cgi
2 - Drop the WAR file in the [TOMCAT]/webapps directory and that should be all there is to it.

REG:Missing Resource Exception

I am trying to protect my sun app using policy agent..The first hit to aresource throws the below exception:
java.lang.ExceptionInInitializerError
Caused by: java.util.MissingResourceException: Can't find bundle for base name amFilter, locale en_US
at java.util.ResourceBundle.throwMissingResourceException(ResourceBundle.java:837)
at java.util.ResourceBundle.getBundleImpl(ResourceBundle.java:806)
at java.util.ResourceBundle.getBundle(ResourceBundle.java:577)
at com.sun.identity.agents.arch.Module.<init>(Module.java:162)
at com.sun.identity.agents.filter.AmFilterModule.<clinit>(AmFilterModule.java:65)
Any idea on how to overcome this? 
Did you solve this problem? Can you explain how?
Thanks a lot in advance.
Edited by: aramiro on Oct 16, 2007 9:29 AM 
Hi,
Almost always this error is caused when the installation of the agent was unsuccessful and you did not notice. So when you start the server you get this error.
A couple questions... What application server are you using? Could you mention the app server and version and which download you got(just app server or whole SDK with tools?).
Also, do you have the am server installed on the same domain as the agent? This causes problems and does not work properly.
You can try this solution to fix the problem, on this page in the setcion titled ...
"Installed Agent on same domain as the Access Manager am server"
hth,
Sean 
I forgot to include the link to the troubleshooting page
http://wikis.sun.com/display/OpenSSO/GlassFishAgentTrouble
on this page in the section titled ...
"Installed Agent on same domain as the Access Manager am server"
hth,
Sean 
Anyone can help how to setup configuratin in window environment in order to let ResouceBundle to find the AMAgetn.properties file?
In Linux we add -Damagent=AMAgent to JAVA_OPTION and it works but I have added same one to window batch file but I have got "MissingResourceException" error. It is a path issue. I can not find which variable need to be configured
Thanks. 
you should make sure the locale directory is in the path

How can i Access content server without webroot...

hi,all,
i want Access content server without webroot...
i'm try install not input the webroot..but install failure..
such as /servlets in weblogic or /cs on tomcat... 
You could just install sites per normal and configure url rewrite rules on the webserver..
Cheers,
Rodney 
hey , Rodney ,
thanks for your reply, could you have any document link for me... 
hi,Rodney ,thx..the /servlet or /cs is gone..
now i got a new problem.
there is /Satellite path after /servlet or /cs..could you tell me some way to hidden that too? 
To solve by someone know how change the servlet Satellite?

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