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Problem with Tomcat

 
Adrian Yan
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I use NT Server at work, I downloaded Tomcat and followed the instructions on the site. It worked fine on my home machine, but at work, Tomcat window pops up and disappears after I clik the startup batch file.
Any suggestions?
 
Madhav Lakkapragada
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- check the classpath. tools.jar should be in class path
- try running it from a DOS prompt.
- you might also want to check out the memory setting on
the DOS prompt window.
regds.
- satya
 
Adrian Yan
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Everything is set up right, I tried adjust the memory, how do I do it in NT Server?
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Madhav Lakkapragada
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I have no clue abt NT server......
But if everything is set up right
there is nothing I can think of.
regds.
- satya
 
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Don't click on startup.bat, execute it in a command window so you can see if any informative error message are generated. You may want to comment out the @echo off line at the start of the BAT file so as to see more information.
Be sure that you have a JAVA_HOME environment variable pointing to the base of your JDK installation and a TOMCAT_HOME environment variable pointing to the tomcat base. Startup BAT tried to guess TOMCAT_HOME but you might as well set it.
JAVA_HOME=D:\JDK1.2
TOMCAT_HOME=C:\tomcat
Bill
 
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