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Trouble configuring Mid Tier on AIX running apache 1.3.2 and tomcat 4x

Trouble configuring Mid Tier on AIX running apache 1.3.2 and tomcat 4x

Trouble configuring Mid Tier on AIX running apache 1.3.2 and tomcat 4x

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I am trying to configure Remedy MidTier on an AIX 5.x box. I installed and verified that the apache web server and tomcat jsp engine are configured and working fine on their own. However, I cannot verify that apache and tomcat are talking to each other.I attemped to run the tomcat example program in apache i.e. /http://<hostname>:<apache_port_number>/exam... (where <apache_port_number> is 80) and got a "page not found" error.
I went ahead and installed Remedy MidTier and cannot get to the config.jsp page to perform the initial configuration.I get a "page not found" error. I looked at the apache error log and configrmed that apache and tomcat are not working together. I am thinking that there might be a conflict in port assignments on the AIX box???Please advise.

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