Posted by eenogoodatcs
on October 18, 2009 at 5:47 AM PDT
No one on the netbeans forum can help me. This is really important. Please help if you can:
I have spent too much time trying to find the answer to this so i'm just going to ask.
I have followed several netbeans tutorials (which are great!) and now have a little web app I want to deploy on another system. It's basically:
with some other text.
On tomcat I change the "tomcat-users" to the same as I did for netbeans' tomcat. I go the the manager/html tool and upload the war for deployment.
PROBLEM: i can visit pages that should require a password without being asked for a password.
(i tried clearing cookies and stuff, tried from other computers, still no pass required)
On glassfish, I add the users I need and upload the war with the same results.
PROBLEM: I can visit the pages that should be secure without being asked for a password.
Thanks for the guidance!
Thanks for the reply Rick!
I tried the clean and build and again, it works find when netbeans deploys the app. But when I upload the war to my glassfish or tomcat server it skips right past the security check. I changed some text in my page and it definitely is updating the war.
Some background: My server is Ubuntu 9.04. I tried installing tomcat 6 from both the repositories and manually. I installed glassfish from a sun download.
I have also tried changing the init startup script from tomcat6_security=YES and NO. Both don't require the security check like when I deploy from netbeans.
Again, I am trying to access the page from multiple firefox profiles so cookies shouldn't be a problem but just to make sure I go to my laptop and still, no password required?? Very perplexing...
I mean, it has to have something to do with the way that netbeans deploys because it works when netbeans deploys. How does deploying a WAR differ from having netbeans deploy? This has to be the key to my problem.
Sounds like maybe there is something in my web.xml that netbeans recognises but not tomcat or glassfish. So please see below.
I really appreciate any help from anyone. This is starting to become a serious setback for me. Thanks Rick and everyone else!
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
Message was edited by: eenogoodatcs