Check neolane user home

$ cat /etc/passwd | grep neolane

Here, and through this tutorial, we’ll assume that Adobe Campaign is installed in /usr/local/neolane/nl6/ (referrred to as /).

Application server on port 8080 (Tomcat Java EE) or HTTP Server on port 80/443 (Apache)

By default AC7 runs uses Tomcat on port 8080. However, for security reasons, it might be coupled to Apache (See INS_Installing_Campaign_in_Linux__Integration_into_a_Web_server)

  • Tomcat config file /tomcat-7/conf/server.xml
  • Apache confing file /tomcat-7/conf/apache_neolane.conf

Both files use the same config:

Desc URL Local path
Client exposition /nl /web
Datakit images /crm/img /datakit/crm/eng/img
. /ncm/img /datakit/ncm/eng/img
. /nl/img /datakit/nl/eng/img
. /nms/img /datakit/nms/eng/img
. /xtk/img /datakit/xtk/eng/img
Datakit XSL /nms/xsl /datakit/nms/eng/xsl
. /xtk/xsl /datakit/xtk/eng/xsl
JSP exposition /nl/jsp /datakit/nl/eng/jsp
. /nms/jsp /datakit/nms/eng/jsp
. /xtk/jsp /datakit/xtk/eng/jsp
Legacy v6.0 js/css /xtk /deprecated/xtk
. /nms /deprecated/nms
. /crm /deprecated/crm
Empty path for web.xml ` ` /web
Other /cus ../customers
. /res /var/res
. /examples /examples

Application server https://myserver-mkt-prod1.campaign.adobe.com (HTTPS) or http://t.my-customserver.com (HTTP):

  • /r/test -> test page, returns XML, @see https://docs.campaign.adobe.com/doc/AC/en/PRO_Production_procedures_Monitoring_processes.html#Automatic_monitoring
  • /view/home -> homepage
  • /nl/ -> /usr/local/neolane/nl6/web/
  • /nl/webForms/defaultWebApp.css -> /usr/local/neolane/nl6/web/webforms/defaultWebApp.css
  • /webApp/{webApp-internalName -> web apps
  • /{jssp-namespace}/{jssp-name}.jssp -> JSSP pages


CDN Ressources server http://res.my-customserver.com:

  • /r/test -> test page
  • /res/instance_name/ -> Public resource files