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Regarding Geo-processing Sandbox

Feng Guo
Hi everyone,

My name is Edward Feng Guo. I just join this mail list last week. It may looks like a stupid question. I really have some trouble on installing the GeoprocessingAppstore. I have geoportal and solr working but for some reason appstore and GFC was not running. Here is what I try:

I followed the GFC configuration instruction to configured gc-config and WEB-INF folders.

 try deployed using "jar -cvf" and eclipse which both not working in Tomcat.

try create a WEB-INF/classes for gc-config to match with the instruction which also not working.(deleted it)

try deploy GFC src folder to /tomcat7/server/classes which in  GFC's README mention that it use for server component. So I just try it and it was not working.

I double checked and verify postgresql working with geoportal.

The error that I receive is "404 request resources not found".  I guess the problem was tomcat not able to access the "src" file. I am not very familiar with Tomcat and really want to get pass the setting. Any advise will be appreciated. I use Ubuntu distribution.

Thanks very much.

Kindly,
Feng

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Re: Regarding Geo-processing Sandbox

Christin Henzen

Hi Feng,

you do not need to deploy anything with „jar -cvf“ command. You need an appstore.war (Use Eclipse EE - Create a new Dynamic Web Project - Import the GitHub Code (e.g. by manually copying it into the proper Eclipse project folders) - Export the project (Export - Web - war File).
Then put the war files in the tomcat/webapps folder and start the tomcat. 
When did you receive the 404? Which page did you tried to enter?

Christin

Am 04.04.2016 um 23:33 schrieb Feng Guo <[hidden email]>:

Hi everyone,

My name is Edward Feng Guo. I just join this mail list last week. It may looks like a stupid question. I really have some trouble on installing the GeoprocessingAppstore. I have geoportal and solr working but for some reason appstore and GFC was not running. Here is what I try:

I followed the GFC configuration instruction to configured gc-config and WEB-INF folders.

 try deployed using "jar -cvf" and eclipse which both not working in Tomcat.

try create a WEB-INF/classes for gc-config to match with the instruction which also not working.(deleted it)

try deploy GFC src folder to /tomcat7/server/classes which in  GFC's README mention that it use for server component. So I just try it and it was not working.

I double checked and verify postgresql working with geoportal.

The error that I receive is "404 request resources not found".  I guess the problem was tomcat not able to access the "src" file. I am not very familiar with Tomcat and really want to get pass the setting. Any advise will be appreciated. I use Ubuntu distribution.

Thanks very much.

Kindly,
Feng
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