How to start a crowd after installation (CROWD3.1.1)

I tried following two links unable to invoke crowd application after installation. Installation completed successfully.

http://localhost:8095/crowdtest/

http://SOHCROWDT:8095/crowdtest/

 

SOHCROWDT - is the server on which crowd is installed. I tried from the server and outside the server using above links.

I get 'This page can't be displayed' message.

 

Appreciate any help.

Cheers

Ayesh

 

 

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Marcin Kempa Atlassian Team Dec 15, 2017

Hi @Ayesha Karunaratne

I am glad that you was able to install Crowd using setup wizard.

As for your current problem, by default Crowd should be accessible on 8095 port and context root /crowd. For example:

http://localhost:8095/crowd

Did you modify the context path in the 

<Crowd-Install>/apache-tomcat/conf/server.xml

?

Or maybe did you modify Base URL in the setup wizard?

Right now it is hard for me to understand why so you expect Crowd to be running on /crowdtest context path.

Please note that by only changing the base url in the Crowd's setup wizard you actually do not change the url you would normally access Crowd's console in the web browser.

The base url defined in the setup wizard, which can also be changes in Crowd console config, is used for things like for example generated links for user's password reset.

 

I hope that this helps!

Marcin Kempa

while using the wizard I change the crowd link to

http://SOHCROWDT:8095/Crowdtest. I tried accessing

with above link and http://localhost:8095/crowd.

I get 'This page can't be displayed' message.

I did not change the server.xml. Server.xml is attached herewith

 Any assistance in solving this issue is appreciated.

 

Thanks

Ayesha K,

apache-tomcat-conf-server-xml.png

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