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Tomcat on w2k8 and Struts

Polo Net
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Hi Dave,

You know because apache tomcat does not start in Windows Server 2008? I want to run applications with struts on this server but I find this issue.

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You know because apache tomcat does not start in Windows Server 2008? I want to run applications with struts on this server but I find this issue.


I am unable to make out anything from above. Can you please elaborate.


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