[seek-dev] setting schema location port number.

Jing Tao tao at nceas.ucsb.edu
Tue Sep 6 10:53:33 PDT 2005

Hi, Kevin:

Weird, the gt3 will load schema from 8080 port as default. And when I 
setup my local machines port as 8090 rather than 8080, the only thing I 
did is in tomcat's server.xml, change the port from 8080 to 8090, then the 
schema will be load from 8090.

So my question is: the "another" machine is tomcat stand alone or combined 
with appache?

Last week I was in vacation, so just read this email.



Jing Tao
National Center for Ecological
Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS)
735 State St. Suite 204
Santa Barbara, CA 93101

On Thu, 1 Sep 2005, Kevin Ruland wrote:

> Date: Thu, 01 Sep 2005 08:22:46 -0500
> From: Kevin Ruland <kruland at ku.edu>
> To: seek-dev at ecoinformatics.org
> Subject: [seek-dev] setting schema location port number.
> On to the last problem, I hope.
> The latest problem is when the service is activated, it tries to load
> the WSDL.  It does this by envoking the WSDLGenerator.getServiceWSDL()
> method.  For some unknown reason, it's trying to pull it from:
> The key here is it's looking for port 80 which I don't have running.  On
> kuecogrid, it loads it from:
> http://kuecogrid.ittc.ku.edu:8080/ogsa/schema/bla/bla.wsdl
> I've inserted some additional debugging messages in the WSDLGenerator
> code and it appears that the port number is somehow set correctly in the
> kuecogrid deployment (as opposed to not being set and defaulted to 8080).
> It doesn't appear to be related to the publishHostName=true parameter.
> I turned that on in my test deployment and the url becomes:
> http://anotherone.nhm.ku.edu:80/....
> I can manually set the port number by using <parameter name="port"
> value="8080"/> in the <service> block for
> EcoGridQueryInterfaceLevelOne.  Alternatively I can use a System
> property named "org.globus.ogsa.schema.root", or a Container Config
> property named "schemaRoot".
> The really puzzling thing is I don't see either of these being set on
> kuecogrid.
> Any ideas?
> Kevin
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