problem configuring JDBCRealm from admin tool 5.5

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problem configuring JDBCRealm from admin tool 5.5

Gabriel Belingueres-2
Hi,
 I have a problem when configuring a JDBCRealm from the admin tool.
I use no digest algorithm, so I leave the text field in blank, but the
generated server.xml file includes an oughfull:
  digest=""
 attribute, so Tomcat throws me an exception telling me that it can not find
the required ("") digest algorithm.
 I remove the offending line and it works perfectly. Unfortunatelly, my
hosting service only allow me to use the admin app.
 How can I tell from the admin app that don't generate the digest
attribute????
I already test it with: "No", "NO", "NONE" y "null" but doesn't work.
 Please anyone knows how to solve the problem?
 Thanks in advance
Gabriel
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Admin account -> embedded tomcat in netbeans

JAHuffman
All -
   I have installed netbeans and want to use/administer the embedded
tomcat server.

Can't seem to get past the admin login screen.  I have read the docs,
edited the  tomcat_users.xml file.

Any and all assistance would be appreciated.


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Re: Admin account -> embedded tomcat in netbeans

Geertjan Wielenga

Hi Jay,

Did you find the answer to your problem?

If not, I can help. (Basically, don't edit tomcat_users.xml in the
NetBeans installation directory, but in the NetBeans user directory
instead.)

-- Geertjan

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>All -
>   I have installed netbeans and want to use/administer the embedded
>tomcat server.
>
>Can't seem to get past the admin login screen.  I have read the docs,
>edited the  tomcat_users.xml file.
>
>Any and all assistance would be appreciated.
>
>
>**************************************************
>Thanks,
>
>Jay Huffman
>DST Systems, Inc
>Special Products Group
>(816) 435-4256   Desk
>[hidden email]
>
>"Insanity is defined as doing the same thing over and over again in the
>same way, and expecting a different result" -
>  Albert Einstein
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