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Methods to start Tomcat from an application

Pat Metheny
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Joined: Mar 28, 2003
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Hello all,
My question is related to the methods used to start Tomcat from inside the application. So far I've seen that method #1 (see below) is widely used. I've been thinking to use a simpler method for doing this so I wrote methdod #2 (see below). Is the overhead (Class.forName(), getMethod(), invoke()) from method #1 really necessary ?

Method #1:
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Method #2:
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TIA,
Pat
 
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