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problem while installing the tomcat

 
meena latha
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Hi all...
I downloaded the tomcat for www.apache.org website.

After downloading i followed all the step in the following website http://javaboutique.internet.com/tutorials/Tomcat/test.html#Start-Server.

In which they have asked to test the server by clicking the startup.bat file.When i did that command prompt window gets opened.After running few lines the window gets hanged.

The final line in the command prompt appears like this

INFO:JK running ID=0 time=0/40 config=C:\jakarat-tomcat-4.1.31\bin\..\conf\jk2.properties

after which the window is hanging.

It will be great if someone helps me to solve this problem.
 
William Brogden
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If you get to that INFO line, Tomcat may be running just fine - that window should stay open and will show System.out output. Did you try to connect to localhost:8080

In general, when trying to get Tomcat running DO NOT use the click on startup.bat method. Instead open a command prompt window, navigate to the TOMCAT_HOME /bin directory.
Do the "set" command and verify that the environment variable JAVA_HOME points to the correct SDK.
If that looks right, run startup.bat directly. Take a look at the paths that startup says it is using to see if they make sense.

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Thanks....the problem was the netconnection.
When i disabled the connection and tested the server it was worked ,it didnt give me an error page.
 
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