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I am using vista.
But i don't know from where to shutdown and start tomcat 6.
In tomcat 5 i remember there are startup.bat and shutdown.bat files in the bin directory .
But there is nothing like that in tomcat6 .
There are only these files in there:
on executing tomcat6.exe a window appears and goes quickly.. but i can't read any message like .. tomcat has stopped or is started in that window..
Thanks for your response.
yes, I did install window service installer.
But for two hours today i tried to install and run the normal version (From http://tomcat.apache.org/ ⇒ Binary Distributions ⇒ Core ⇒ zip version ). Could not make it run. No welcome screen on entering http:localhost:8080.I serached so much in google and here.Tried everything i could.
So i again installed service installer.
To start and shut down tomcat i guess i have to shutdown and start the system.
Go to the services manager (in XP/Server 2003 this is easily accessed via run->"services.msc" but there are other ways of getting to it).
If you have tomcat running as a service it will be listed there. You can use the run and stop buttons at the top of the window or the options in the right-click context menu. I guess Vista works in a similar way.
If you are not running tomcat as a windows service then it can be started and stopped using "startup.bat" and "shutdown.bat"... which is there for tomcat 6 depending on how you download and install it.
I think tomcat6w.exe will bring up a gui window that will be more helpful to you than the output of tomcat6.exe.
Thank you so much Eli .
Yes,tomcat was listed there and i can now stop and start it from there.
Tons of thanks.
But tomcat6w.exe does not open any gui. But on trying to execute it an error( Application System Error) window appers which says:
Access is denied. Unable to open the service tomcat6 Is there a way to get the gui window you've mentioned .