Hi to all,
I have a strange problem.
I’m working on a project and i want to expose tomcat on the port 8080 to let the user test the application from internet.
I have a static ip address so i tried to connect to the application with
the problem is that the browser freezes and doesn’t show the login screen.
I’m sure that tomcat is reachable because:
Under the project dir (~/studio-projects/KGest/deploy/tomcat/webapp) I created a new /test folder in which i added 2 files
1 - index.html = a simple html page that is displayed correctly on the remote host (and locally)
2 - test.jsp = a page that create a connection with the db (postgres) and executes a query. This page is functioning properly on both local and remote host.
I turned off the firewall on the devel pc.
I forwarded ports on the internet fw from 8080 to 8500 to be sure.
The thing is that under tomcat/log every logs remain unchanged until i login from the lan. Something is preventing the access on the login page from a remote computer.
I think that i’m missing something with the project configuration
I didn’t make any changes to the default server.xml configuration made by the ide
I checked every log and i didn’t found errors.
have only this warning: “WARNING [http-nio-8080-exec-10] com.vaadin.server.DefaultDeploymentConfiguration.checkProductionMode”
I think this warning is related to the fact that vaadin is in debug mode. I will open a separate thread for this because i can’t get rid of it.
Tomcat version is 8.5.9
Cuba version is 6.5.5