|TCP/IP Monitor doing nothing [message #87605]
||Sun, 27 March 2005 20:27
Registered: July 2009
* Eclipse 3.1M5
* WTP 1.0M3
* Web Services (installation as described in http://www.eclipse.org/webtools/wst/components/ws/download_i nstructions_for_jars.html).
* Tomcat 5.0.28
* Windows 2000
The Web Services TCP/IP Monitor appears to doing nothing.
In the WTP Servers view I've selected a server -> context menu -> "Monitoring" -> "Monitor Port 8080 (HTTP)" -> checked.
Then I've started the server in debug mode.
Checking the Properties in the TCP/IP Monitor view shows a (started) monitor entry: localhost:8080 / HTTP / 14333 (local monitoring port)
Then I've called http://localhost:8080 in the browser - all the web applications on localhost:8080 are working well.
I've tried the server in run and debug mode. I've tried other local monitoring ports. Nothing helps.
There is no error in the Eclipse Error log.
Am I missing some configuration or preperation job?
Or is the monitor not supposed to work in the current state?
I tried the monitor with Eclipse 3.1M4 / WTP 1.0M2 / Web Services before as well (completely different installation) - didn't work either.
Big thanks for help,
|Re: TCP/IP Monitor doing nothing [message #100858 is a reply to message #87954]
||Sat, 07 May 2005 14:15
Originally posted by: laurentd75___no.sp_am.yahoo.fr|
Any update on your TCP Monitor problem ?
Have you solved it in M3 ? If not, have you filed a bug report ?
Is it still happening in M4 ?
----- "Chily" wrote:
> The monitor always forwards the wrong request URL: Not the real
> Browser's URL (here with port 14333), but the server's URL (here with port
> And it even sets the request header "host" to the wrong port (here 8080).
> So the Java methods request.getRequestURL() or request.getServerPort()
> return the URL from the Browser's address bar, but the server's URL.
> This is especcially a problem, since response.sendRedirect() (or the JSP
> <jsp:forward>) use the wrong host as well.
> So it's not possible to klick through a web application using the TCP/IP
> monitor if the website uses redirects. You always end up calling the
> directly, not through the monitor port.
> The only workaround I found so far is to set the monitor's host/port as
proxy in the
> browser's settings and call the server's host in the browser's address
> this way it's not possible to call any other website from the browser than
> monitored application.
> Any suggestions?
>> I think I got the point:
>> I have to call the local monitoring port through the browser's URL.
>> So if monitor entry is: localhost:8080 / HTTP / 14333 (local monitoring
>> then I have to call http://localhost:14333/ instead of the server's
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