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This is actually not related to jsp....
Its related to the Apache tomcat server..... :icon_rolleyes:

I run the startup.bat file where is located in bin folder..
than tomcat was started...it use 8080 port
(http://localhost:8080):icon_lol:

after that
I created the jsp page using netbeans & rut it.tomcat was started & run.....
it use port 8084 (http://localhost:8084):?:

If i want to go to tomcat manager I had to use

[B]http://localhost:8080/manager/html[/B]

If I run jsp/servlet page using netbeans it use

[B]http://localhost:8084/Project_Test/[/B]

:-/

Is it can happen....:icon_question:
What is happen in there :icon_question:
what is the mechanism in there :icon_question:
how many ports it can used ? (unlimited ? ) (Where is defined ? )

:icon_question:

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Last Post by Sadun89
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inside the conf folder there is one file called server.xml ... I think you can find it there.......

<Connector port="8084" protocol="HTTP/1.1" 
               connectionTimeout="20000" 
               redirectPort="8443" />

Here you can fix the port number .... anyway plz try it and sorry if im wrong

Thanks

Edited by peter_budo: Keep It Clear - Please use code tags

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ya...I know it...
Its use 8080 port... But problem is run jsp servlet using netbeans....
than it use port 8084 ....

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