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A command for Running apache tomcat

 
Mouza Ali
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Hi all,

I've successfully finished a project that I was working on for a while . I'm using apache tomcat for running my servlets. However, I'm finalizing the project and I would like apache server to run using a command, so I don't open eclipse and run it from there each time.

The path to the apache tomcat: /opt/apache-tomcat-5.5.26

I'm using Kubuntu OS

Any help will be appreciated ?
 
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The /opt/apache-tomcat-5.5.26/bin directory should have scripts you can use, particularly startup.sh and shutdown.sh. Be sure to read the comments inside of them to see if you need to change anything.
 
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Have you taken the little effort to explore its folders? Its bin folder for example?
Have you also taken the little effort to read the excellent documentation which come along with it?
 
Mouza Ali
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:The /opt/apache-tomcat-5.5.26/bin directory should have scripts you can use, particularly startup.sh and shutdown.sh. Be sure to read the comments inside of them to see if you need to change anything.


Thankyou ULF.. I'll check and get back to you if I have any further queries
 
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