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java.net.BindException: Address already in use: JVM_Bind:8080

Babu Singh
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i am starting tomcat in myeclipse but it show the following error on console window.

please suggest.
William Brogden
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I suggest you find out what is already running on port 8080 - IF I had to bet it would be another copy of Tomcat.

Bill
(Thats why I suspect that running servlets under an IDE is counterproductive)
Babu Singh
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i also installed Oracle 10g and Microsoft SQL Server 2005 on my system.

Babu Singh
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URL of Oracle 10g is
Misha Ver
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It means port 8080 is taken by Oracle. Change Tomcat or Oracle port.
 
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