or maybe we could add it to the options at install time?
I'm also changing a GN's port number, however I do it before building the
installer. Files where I have changed the port number include:
This seems an inordinate amount of work just to change the port number..
On Tue, Mar 25, 2008 at 4:08 AM, Andrew Walsh <awalsh@...> wrote:
> Dear Users/developers,
> Today I had to change the default port that Geonetwork uses (8080) and
> discovered it was not so simple as I had to hand edit an xml configuration
> These are steps I had to do:
> 1) In the GAST I changed the jetty port number.
> 2) Started geonetwork logged in as the admin user, went to system
> configuration and
> changed the geonetwork port.
> 3) I then stopped/started geonetwork but found that the map of the world
> was not loading in the map viewer. I then seached the mail forum for a fix
> and found that you needed
> to change the port number in the file
> This got everthing working (thanks Jeroen for your email "Subject:
> Installing Geonetwork for the first time").
> After doing all this I thought it would be easier if this could all be
> done in the GAST program. This way
> you would not be editing any files (could be error prone) and you would
> have to worry about
> stopping and starting geonetwork.
> FYI I am running a modified version of Geonetwork v2.2.0 -svn revision
> 1153, using Jetty and McKoi db on a windows PC.
> Andrew Walsh
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