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Sanjeev Shahi
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I want to see tomcat version. How I can do that? When I start tomcat it says starting tomcat4. It was installed by someone else. I want to see that as manager App works only for 4.1.x.
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Originally posted by Sanjeev Shahi:
I want to see tomcat version. How I can do that? When I start tomcat it says starting tomcat4. It was installed by someone else. I want to see that as manager App works only for 4.1.x.
thanks
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in your previous thread u said its jakarta-tomcat-4.1.12, any way u can have a look at release-notes files under jakarta-tomcat-4.1.12 directory.
 
Sanjeev Shahi
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This is because I am working on two machine. I just installed 1.4.0_01 and another computer it was allready installed(UNIX machine). But on unix machine I don't see any release-notes.txt file.
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Madan, Gopal
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Sanjeev:
If your Unidentifiable tomcat is working why don't you create a servlet and get the info you need.
I just ran the following servlet and it worked fine.

Hope this was helpful
[ October 31, 2002: Message edited by: Madan, Gopal ]
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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