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Mac + Netbeans + Parallells + Xp


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Hi,

I was looking on this forum if someone has been in the same situation as I am but i didn't found any thread with the same issue.

The problem is this: I installed Netbeans on my mac and I have an application (a webb page) which I normally run from netbeans (using glassfish v2) so in my browser I write http://localhost:8080/application name and I can see the page without problems. But as everyone knows in the development process the page has to be tested in all browsers (FF, Safari, IE, etc) so I installed parallels on my mac in order to run xp and get access to IE but I can't see the page from Xp. I tested the bundle mac apache server and then pointed the browser in Xp to the apache address and I can see it from xp. Why I can't see the Netbeans application from Xp?
Do I need map the address? How?

Thanks a lot, I'm open to test any sugestion
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I found the solution. It is so simple like as write the apache ip number, the netbeans port and the application: http://192.168.0.13:8080/application

Thanks anyway.
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