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Bala Sundaram
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Bala Sundaram
6 days 16 hours ago
@Kaushik or @OtherTutorialFollowers – the embedded Tomcat server does not startup when I run the application. All I see is the following in the console log. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks – Bala2017-03-23 20:55:27.219 INFO 15188 — [ main] c.b.springboot.SpringBootTutorialApp : Starting SpringBootTutorialApp on yyyyyyyy with PID 15188 (D:UsersxxxxxxxBalaDevSpringBoottutorialtargetclasses started by xxxxxxx in D:UsersxxxxxxxBalaDevSpringBoottutorial)2017-03-23 20:55:27.221 INFO 15188 — [ main] c.b.springboot.SpringBootTutorialApp : No active profile set, falling back to default profiles: default2017-03-23 20:55:27.282 INFO 15188 — [ main] s.c.a.AnnotationConfigApplicationContext : Refreshing org.springframework.context.annotation.AnnotationConfigApplicationContext@1047d03: startup date [Thu Mar 23 20:55:27 EDT 2017]; root of context hierarchy2017-03-23 20:55:28.181 INFO 15188 — [… Read more »
Yuga Teja
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Yuga Teja
28 days 12 hours ago

excellent sir

Ranga Prakash Boggarapu
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Ranga Prakash Boggarapu
1 month 19 days ago

Hi koushik can you please explain port number of tomcat in spring boot because my oracle has already linked with 8080 port

Saber Kessar
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Saber Kessar
1 month 7 days ago

Just inject : server.port=<port n°> in your application.properties and you will have tomcat running on the new <port n°>

Shivam Agrahari
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Shivam Agrahari
1 month 26 days ago

Thanks lot.Superb explanation of everything.

Mousumi Bhattacharya
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Mousumi Bhattacharya
1 month 28 days ago

Hi Kaushik,I am learning spring boot from your tutorials. I am now working on activiti workflow engine using spring boot. Can you please upload tutorials on this topic? None of the tutorials are as explanatory as yours are.

Coding Freaks
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Coding Freaks
2 months 24 days ago

Thanks Kaushik for making these tutorials. I have a doubt and I hope most of us running it on production will have same. If the spring boot application starts its own apache tomcat server, then do we require a separate server for each spring boot application we develop?

Aamandeep Singh
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Aamandeep Singh
3 months 1 day ago

Thx for great video Kaushik. I learned spring from you, and now getting chance to learn spring boot as well. I found out that spring actually scans only the packages for bean creation which are under the base package ( the package where application class with @SpringBootApplication is defined). I actually had to use @componentScan(basepackage = 'other package") to make Spring scan non child packages .

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