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[protege-discussion] WebProtege and 3.4.1 login issue

Brad Cox bcox at virtualschool.edu
Sun Aug 2 13:20:47 PDT 2009


That nailed it. Its up. Thanks!

On Aug 2, 2009, at 3:24 PM, Jennifer Vendetti wrote:

> Brad Cox wrote:
>> The instructions didn't say if this needs a running servlet engine.  
>> Previous was without one.
>
> If you're compiling and running from Eclipse as described in the  
> Developer's Guide on the wiki [1], you don't need to have a Servlet  
> engine running because GWT will launch Jetty when you run with their  
> hosted mode browser.
>
>> With tomcat 5 running, I get the default tomcat page. Is that what  
>> I should expect?
>
> No.  If you've deployed to Tomcat and you enter http://localhost:8080/webprotege/WebProtege.html 
> , you should see WebProtege's home page with the MyWebProtege tab  
> that lists the available projects.  Please note that although we've  
> uploaded a new WAR file to the website, we haven't announced this  
> new build yet because we're in the process of updating the  
> Administrator's Guide with the instructions for deploying to  
> Tomcat.  The developer's guide is relatively complete though - at  
> least to the extent that you should be able to get WebProtege  
> running from Eclipse.  We'll be working on the docs tomorrow and  
> Tues. of next week.
>
> Jennifer
>
> [1] http://protegewiki.stanford.edu/index.php/ 
> WebProtegeDevelopersGuide
>
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