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Parth Mankad
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I have tomcat 3.2.4 and jdk 1.2.the problem is i am not able to access the page when i type http://localhost:8080.it is giving me an dns error saying page cannot be found.however my server starts properly.also when i shut down tomcat i get an error.please solve my problem.my os is windows 98 and the error when tomcat is shutdown is
Exception in thread main java.lang.noclassdefFounderror rg/xml/sax/HandlerBase
i have set my Tomcat_home variable=c:/program files/jakarta-tomcat-3.2.4
i also have set the JAVA_HOME variable.
[ January 29, 2003: Message edited by: Parth Mankad ]
 
bharat nagpal
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Could you pls specify the error you are getting , when you shutdown the server. Please mention your OS and the other settings you have done for tomcat....
 
Mike Curwen
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I'm going to close this post in Servlets and move it to Apache/Tomcat.
 
dele agagu
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Do you have your J2EE installed on your pc?J2EE i dont think would work on 98 except you add some batch files which i myself am not interested in knowin for now.Why dont you install 2000 or XP on your system then we can talk from there
 
Jon Dornback
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try opening page http://127.0.0.1:8080
i've worked on machines that won't convert localhost to the loop back address and think it's a dns error.
 
Ryan Bailey
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Hi Parth,
I don't know if this is your problem, but I have ran into issues installing tomcat under the directory program files because it has a space. Windows seems to have a problem when it encounters a space when it is lookingn for tomcat.
Hope this helps,
Ryan
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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