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Configure Glassfish http-listener to Port 443/ 80

I want to configure the http-listeners in Glassfish 3.1.2.2 Build 5 under Linux. I changed the settings for the http-listener-1 to the port 80 and the settings for the http-listener-2 to the port 443. ...
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Is it bad practice to run a web application server directly on port 80/443

I am hosting a web app on amazon aws, using an ec2 instance. On that instance i will be running only one application. using glassfish v3.0.1 I do not want to run the app using : ...
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How can I set up port forwarding for GlassFish on Windows Server 2008 and IIS7?

I bought a Windows Server 2008 and installed GlassFish, Java, PostgreSQL etc. Now my website is running on localhost:8080 in the GlassFish server. How can I set up a port forwarding such that when a ...
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Can't launch glassfish on ec2 - can't open port

I'm trying to start glassfish on an EBS-based AMI of Ubuntu 10.04 64-bit. I have used glassfish on non-ec2 servers with no problems, but on ec2 I get this message: $ sudo -u glassfish bin/asadmin ...
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1answer
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Listening to 80 port with non-root Glassfish on Centos

I use Glassfish Stack to manage applications. I run Glassfish on CentOS with non-root user. Therefor I am not able to open 80 port as the ports under 1024 are accessibly only by root users. There is ...
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Glassfish with Webservices on non default port

I have a simple web service that I created that deploys perfectly on a default Glassfish V2.1 install on both a windows and a linux system. HOWEVER, In the production environment, Glassfish has the ...
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GlassFish change port of web-service

I am new to Java and Linux. I have a JSP site and a java web service deployed on a GlassFish server (working OK). I need to change the port of both the application and web-service. I have changed ...