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  2. JENKINS-20130

Conflicting Ports when installing jenkins.war

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      I am currently trying use Jenkins to trigger a UI-application to open when Jenkins builds a project. So first I had to disable the Jenkins service from the Services tool to get sufficient rights to start UI-applications. So I have to install jenkins using Java -jar Jenkins.war, but get an error because port 8080 is already in use. I currently have a process already running on localhost:8080 so i need to change the port to 8088.

      I changed the port in the pom.xml in jenkins.war and I also changed the port number in the config files that changed the port when I installed jenkins from the exe. So where do I change the port number so the .war does not try to use port 8080?

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          m2spring Max Spring added a comment -

          I don't think the reported problem has anything to do with the Jenkow plugin, or does it?

          Take a look here: https://wiki.jenkins-ci.org/display/JENKINS/Starting+and+Accessing+Jenkins

          m2spring Max Spring added a comment - I don't think the reported problem has anything to do with the Jenkow plugin, or does it? Take a look here: https://wiki.jenkins-ci.org/display/JENKINS/Starting+and+Accessing+Jenkins
          m2spring Max Spring added a comment -

          It's not really a problem with the Jenkow plugin.

          m2spring Max Spring added a comment - It's not really a problem with the Jenkow plugin.

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