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Tomcat/JBuilder Incomplete Configuration

Anonymous
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I downloaded and installed Tomcat and JBuilder Foundation as described at http://community.borland.com/article/0,1410,22057,00.html, and followed the directions to set up the JBuilder environment for Tomcat. However, when I try to run Tomcat in JBuilder, I get this error:
Unable to start runtime due to incomplete configuration.
Any suggestions? Thanks for your help.
christophe halna
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Joined: Jul 31, 2001
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I have done the same thing,
so : I have the same problem !
any solution found ?
thank you.


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Mike Curwen
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Joined: Feb 20, 2001
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Can you get Tomcat to run, stand alone (outside of JBuilder)?

I have the Pro edition, so I'm not sure of the details.. but I think with Community you need to add a new library? (I should probably just read that linked article).

christophe halna
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Joined: Jul 31, 2001
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hello Mike,
thank you for your interest.
Tomcat runs fine out of JBuilder.
It's tomcat 3.2.3
I use JBuilder 4.0 Foundation
I tried to make tomcat & JBuilder work together, using the article : http://community.borland.com/article/0,1410,22057,00.html
(which is for tomcat 3.1 & JBuilder 3.5)
I tried to adapt to my versions :
I replaced xml.jar with parser.jar (may be I should not, but I don't have xml.jar ....)
For the source path I have no "/src/share" directory
I used "/src/org/apache/tomcat" instead (once again... It may be wrong)
when I run the project, I got the message that my configuration is incomplete.
thank you.
Mike Curwen
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It may have to do with how JBuilder is trying to invoke Tomcat.

Tomcat 3.1 (or so JBuilder says) uses tomcat.home system property to set itself up, but Tomcat 3.2.3 uses CLASSPATH settings. So because JBuilder constructs it's own CLASSPATH and sends it to java as a switch, perhaps you need to change the instructions for this setting to reflect how Tomcat 3.2.3 uses CLASSPATH. ?
Besides that, I'm not sure what else to suggest.
Anonymous
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Joined: Nov 22, 2008
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I've just installed JBuilder 5.0 Perosnnal and have exactly the same problem "unable to start runtime due to incomplete configuration", even with just a frame and a text box :-(...
Have someone got any clue to solve this ?
Thanks a lot,
Ernesto
Mike Curwen
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I'm still using the Enterprise version, so I'm afraid everything runs correctly, 'out of the box'...

Consider posting your question in our IDE's and Other Tools forum. Hopefully someone there can help you out.
 
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