What do you mean by "it doens't work"? Can you tell us the contents of the page that is displayed when you try to go to that URL? Also, have you "started" tomcat? By this I mean did you go to a dos prompt, cd to the bin directory of tomcat, and enter the command startup? Tomcat, as configured after installation, will not automatically run in the background. You have to tell it to do so. [ August 27, 2002: Message edited by: Dave Winn ]
"xxxx_HOME" should point to product home directory, not the "bin" directory. You should have something more like:
I don't know any uses for "_TOMCAT_HOME" or "_CLASSPATH". TOMCAT mostly does its own classpath management via designated internal directories (%TOMCAT_HOME%\lib\xxx). See the Tomcat3 docs at jakarta.apache org for details on that, and be sure you're not looking at the Tomcat 4 docs, since they have a different library directory organization. [ August 28, 2002: Message edited by: Tim Holloway ]
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