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Test the EASA Web Pages

After we Install or Upgrade EASA Software we need to test the system via the EASA Web Pages.

Is the EASA Server visible to a web browser on a client computer?

  1. Log on to the server computer as Administrator on Windows or as root on Linux.
  2. Confirm the EASA Server is running on the server computer using the task manager.
  3. Open a web browser and navigate to,
    • http://domainName:portNumber/easa
      • domainName is the domain name of the EASA Server.
        • By default the domain name is the computer name although localhost can also be used.
      • portNumber is the port number entered or assigned at installation, default→80
  • The EASA Web Pages may be accessed using the URL's below (if no port is given the browser uses port 80),
    • http://domainName/easa
    • http://localhost/easa

After typing in one of the URL's from above the a login page should appear, below.

If the window pictured does not appear in the browser, check the spelling of the address.

  • If the address is correct yet the EASA Log In page doesn't appear, try the following steps,
    1. Exit the browser
    2. Stop the EASA Server
    3. Start the EASA Server again
    4. Start a web browser again
    5. Re-type the EASA Web Pages address

The EASA installer attempts to configure port 80 by default to accept browser connections. However, if port 80 is not available, another port will be used, often its port 8080. Below are the steps needed to discover or confirm which port the EASA Server is using.

  • Check <EASAROOT>/tomcat/conf/server.xml
    • <Connector port=“1234” …/> means EASA is listening on port 1234
  • Run cmd.exe to start a command line window
    • Find the EASA Tomcat service PID in the task manager
    • Type netstat -nao
    • The 'Local Address' field that corresponds to the EASA PID shows the port number after a colon.

If problems persist, please contact your designated EASA support representative for further assistance.

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