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srinivas rao
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I Installed tomcat4.1 .when i start it in few seconds it disappears
why it happens so? my Operating System is windowsXP
 
Narendra Dhande
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Hello,

Check your Security firewall. Sometime it will not allow to run the applications. Is there is any error while installing the tomcat. I recommend you to install tomcat using window Installer (.exe file) for tomcat.

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Atul Prabhu
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Hi,

Its not disappearing.
I guess Classpath is not set(CATALINA_HOME , JAVA_HOME) . Read the installation that comes with Tomcat.
If you want to know the exact error open your command prompt and run the startup batch file from command prompt.

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Atul
 
Dietmar Steger
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Originally posted by sandiri rao:
I Installed tomcat4.1 .when i start it in few seconds it disappears
why it happens so? my Operating System is windowsXP


Do you start tomcat on the command line (start.bat - catalina.bat)? There are no output? No log messages?
 
William Brogden
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Come on folks - this is a Tomcat specific question and we have a forum for that - where this problem shows up all the time.
Bill
 
Vijay Kumar
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u will have to set the env variable..

JAVA_HOME Must point at your Java Development Kit installation.
CATALINA_HOME MUSET POINT UR TOMCAT DIR

U CAN PUT THESE ENV VARIANLE IN AUTOEXCE.BAT AT C:\
OR CAN SET THE EVN VARIABLE as

RIGHT CLICK ON MYCOMPUTER & SELECT PROPERTY THEN SELECT ADVANCE TAB & CLICK ON Environment Variable
you will see the tow type of variable
System variable & user variable

click on new
at Variable Name right CATALINA_HOME
at Variable Value right (path where u have installed tomact4.1)
again click on new
at Variable Name right JAVA_HOME
at Variable Value right (path where u have installed jdk1.4)


now let me now..
 
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