|Subject:||Re: Tomcat 4.0.4 on OS/390?|
|Date:||Oct 9, 2002 7:30:17 am|
I had tried to get Tomcat 4.0 working on os390 under omvs. After working on it for a couple of days, I decided that it was more than my timetable cud handle at that time (I am a pc man)
If you do get Tomcat 4.0.4 working under os390, wud u be kind enuf to distribute the process that u went thru to get it work and if possible the modified binaries/source that u had to use.
I've been looking into getting Tomcat 4.0.4 running on OS/390 for a day or so now. I've found various references to doing this, but nothing conclusive yet.
Could someone please let me know if they have it running themself and/or know what would be involved in doing this.
I've also been working on getting Tomcat 3.3.1 running on the same machine (just in case I can't get 4.0.4 going). So information on 3.3.1 on OS/390 would he helpful as well.
Current notes: - may have to convert certain files such as catalina.policy/tomcat.policy, tomcat.conf, and tomcat.propeties... from ascii to EBCDIC. - I'm under the impression that all served up files should remain in ascii.
I'm currently (today) focussing on even getting Tomcat 3.3.1 going. All of the JSP examples run great, but I'm running into the following error when I run the servlet examples: Error: 500 Location: /examples/servlet/HelloWorldExample Internal Servlet Error:
java.util.MissingResourceException: Can't find resource for bundle java.util.PropertyResourceBundle, key helloworld.title at java.util.ResourceBundle.getObject(ResourceBundle.java(Compiled Code)) at java.util.ResourceBundle.getString(ResourceBundle.java:342) at HelloWorldExample.doGet(Unknown Source) etc...
The properties file, LocalStrings.properties, is in the default location and seems fine. It is stored in ascii, which I'm assuming is correct, just like all the other files.
I've looked on the web via google and through this list's archives and unfortiontely still haven't found solid information regarding this Tomcat on OS/390. I couldn't even tell if this scenario is officially supported by the Tomcat group. Tomcat has rocked for me, I'm using it at work and for personal projects at home.
Any input would be greatly appreciated. Thank you so much!