|I can't login confluence on other pc by pc's ip:8090|
seems like a network issue.
Maybe you have firewall turned on pcB ? Check you
rules in the Firewall Settings:
|ApacheFOP Tomcat/OSGI error: java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Unknown function: gatherContextInfo - when creating PDF with image|
How is FOP rendering the png file image? Perhaps
it needs classes not visible to your bundle. Run
with -verbose:class as a standalone application
and note the classes it loads. You can then see if
any are not visible to your bundle. For example,
it may need some javax.* classes from the JRE
which your bundle would need to import.
|gradle-tomcat-plugin `Could not create task of type 'TomcatRun'`|
First of all it's invalid to define tomcat
configuration closure in dependencies block.
Secondly You've also an invalid dependency (loggin
Below You can find a working script:
|how is classpath resolved in tomcat6 when using a custom Realm?|
Tomcat's shared ClassLoader is not what you want:
that one is for sharing libraries across web
applications. Instead, you want the server
ClassLoader. Note that the server ClassLoader's
default setting is that of the common ClassLoader,
so you'll need to copy the existing setting from
common.loader into server.loader and then add your
own JAR file to it.
Honestly, if you have a custom realm that
|Grails 2.4 JDBC SpringSecurity RC4|
Thanks Burt... After a bit more investigation the
Password Expired issue looks like odd behaviour to
me... not sure if it's something you've missed?
If a user has the Password Expired flag set to
true then they can reset their password. The user
then goes through the process of putting in their
username and getting the reset password link sent
via email. Following this link and entering a new