Am I using IIS or Tomcat to serve the PassagePoint web module

Am I using IIS or Tomcat to serve the PassagePoint web module

Sometimes it is required to know whether your PassagePoint IntranetModule is being served by IIS or Tomcat.

By Default, Tomcat runs on port 2080, and IIS runs on port 80

With that, by looking at the URL used to hit the web module, it is easy to determine whether IIS or Tomcat is used.

Let's look at 2 sample URL below:





Notice the first URL has 2080, and the 2nd one does not.

The first URL is using Tomcat, while the 2nd is running IIS.

If running Tomcat, and you'd like to switch to IIS, see here


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