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How to change rtc server address


Pawel Dolecinski (26163) | asked Mar 12 '10, 7:03 a.m.
Hello,
i have a big question.
How to change rtc server address from https://server/jazz to https://server/

I'm using tomcat server and when deploying jazz.war path is .../jazz. So i'm changing name of jazz.war to ROOT.war and deploying this file. Now path should be https://server/ but it doesn't work...
So in my opinion the problem is in configuration of RTC but it is possible to change it??

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Sean Babineau (38825) | answered Mar 12 '10, 4:14 p.m.
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Hello,
i have a big question.
How to change rtc server address from https://server/jazz to https://server/

I'm using tomcat server and when deploying jazz.war path is .../jazz. So i'm changing name of jazz.war to ROOT.war and deploying this file. Now path should be https://server/ but it doesn't work...
So in my opinion the problem is in configuration of RTC but it is possible to change it??


Remember, the Jazz Team Server is a web application running within an application server. IMHO, root should be the application server.

I'm no Tomcat expert, so my guess is that you can't do this easily. As you can see on the Tomcat manager page (e.g. https://localhost:9443/manager/html ), Tomcat expects itself to be the root application. When you deploy a WAR file (e.g. jazz.war) you can specify a Context path different from /jazz. If this is important to you and you're really adventurous you could try undeploying Tomcat welcome from / and deploying jazz in its place, but I don't know if Tomcat will continue to function - e.g. you might have to reinstall the server if things get screwed up. For that reason, I'm not recommending it.

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