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Just not getting it right with tomcat..

 
rejieve alexander
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Hi Guys ! I have a problem while installing tomcat....

On win'98 i installed Apache1.3.2_win32 , set it to port 8040, and ran it succesfully,
Then installed jakarta-tomcat and set
CLASSPATH = c:\JDK1.2\LIB\TOOL.JAR;C;\jakarta-tomcat\lib\
servlet.jar;C;\jakarta-tomcat\lib\jasper.jar;
c:\ServletCode
JAVA_HOME =c:\jdk1.2
TOMCAT_HOME = c:\jakarta-tomcat\bin
1. but on adding the include directive in httpd.conf in Apache/conf as
include C:\jakarta-tomcat\conf\tomcat.conf
the Apache does not start and gives an error saying
httpd: module "mod_jserv.c" is not compatible with this version of Apache.But on commenting the include,apache works fine.
2. Even though i'm able to start tomcat on a different window
i'm not able to run tomcat thro'
http://localhost:8080/

i also added
set JAVA_HOME = c;\jdk1.2
set TOMCAT_HOME = c;\jakart-tomcat, after the line, if not "% TOMCAT_HOME%"== "" go to start....but no change.
3. And on double clicking on shut down it shows as
ERROR reading...\conf\server.xml
At Expected "</Server>" to terminete element starting
on line 3.
FATAL:configuration Error ,and throws java.lang.NullPionetrException

Should i add anything in the server.xml in jakarta-tomcat\conf??

4.And one more thing please tell me how to shutdown Apache, as i'm unable to find any function for it.
Please help me out with a solution
Thank you in advance.



[This message has been edited by rejieve alexander (edited December 14, 2000).]
[This message has been edited by rejieve alexander (edited December 14, 2000).]
 
Danny Mui
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I had problems installing tomcat too. It's also lacking in performance as well. I am currently using http://www.caucho.com 's Resin servlet runner. Pretty easy to use/administer and it's configuration file is also an XML format similar to Tomcat.
It's also very fast
 
Frank Carver
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I agree. I switched to Resin several months ago, and have never looked back.
 
rejieve alexander
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Hi guys,
Sorry for a late reply..Thanx a lot for u'r responses.
Guess Resin is the only way..I've downloaded Resin nand it's working
fine..But the confg with Apache doesn't seem to working..
But then,thanks a lot ..Bye for now
 
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