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Plesk supports Tomcat?
We're working on a JSP/Java based application running on TomCat on a Fedora Core 2/cPanel box.
However, we had to change apache port to 8080 and at times we have to shut apache to have things running swiftly. I just saw 'Tomcat Support' in Plesk additional features.
Does Plesk support TomCat along with Apache? Will I really be able to run Java/Jsp and php files together?
Any help greatly appreciated!
*bump* not many plesk users here?
http://forum.sw-soft.com/ . you probably get better responses there.
Some might use Plesk but may not have gotten the add-on support for Tomcat.
Yeah it goes have it but I think you neeed the everything package from plesk which is expensive.
Even there you don't get much response! I like Plesk, but quite disappointed with the fact that the tech support guys don't come to thier forum. The only way seem to be throwing in $299 a year for email support, and I don't see it worthwhile since I have only one server for production.
Yes it support TomCat. But I think you need the Add On from them, cant remember , thats a long time when I setup.
As far as I know Plesk & Tomcat is not that good and SW-Soft support tends to say is "bad-coding issues" when problems arise.
Also, you cannot run single .jsp files. You can only run .war files.
Not true actually. We have Tomcat running on some client's servers. It did take quite a bit of configuring but it will run perfectly.
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Does tomcat run with apache without any issues? Are you able to run jsp and php files without any problems really?
openxs yes but it talkes alot of configuring. the same goes for cpanel, it can work fine on cpanel, its the same software so... why should it perform any differently. it all depends on how you configure it.
ah! Thought so.
Can I get the documentation of running tomcat and apache together or any good resource of anything for it?
I really can't afford 2 servers currently