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Windows 98 / Tomcat

Glade Wishart
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Joined: Nov 03, 2000
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I have heard that configuring Tomcat to work with Windows 98 is difficult. If it is difficult that should not be a problem but instead a learning experience. Can anyone please tell me in advance if there is any functionality that Tomcat offers that Windows 98 cannot support?
Thank you in advance.
Frank Carver
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Tomcat works fine with Windows 98.


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Randall Twede
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The only problem I had with Tomcat was the tomcat-apache.conf file(created by tomcat) had an error "AddType test/jsp .jsp" instead of "AddType text/jsp .jsp" so I edited and incuded the tomcat.conf file in apache's http.conf file instead of the recommended tomcat-apache.conf file. They might have fixed it by now. I also had a problem with apache itself. I had to set the ServerName. The documetation said I didnt have to. I originally set it to localhost. Then I got a domain name so I changed it.
I must admit it took a few days to get it right, but it was a learning experince.
[This message has been edited by Randall Twede (edited March 07, 2001).]


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