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Pankaj Shet
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Hello everyone,
I have downloaded the netbeans 6.0.1 with all the reqired plugins.When i start a new web project using the struts application framework,it asks for the server with the options of TOMCAT 5.0,TOMCAT 6.0 etc.when i choose any of the options, it asks for the CATALINA_HOME for the same, what should be the CATALINA_HOME for the same?


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Catalina is Tomcat's servlet container. The CATALINA_HOME environment variable is the base directory of the Tomcat install (which contains bin, common, conf, logs and so on).


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Pankaj Shet
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ok,
thanks a lot!!! and sorry for late reply...
 
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