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Problem 1: When I start up Tomcat 5.5.12, the Tomcat displays following error message..
The Apache Portable Runtime which allows optimal performance in production environments was not found on the java.library.path:
The sample applications are running properly, but how can I fix this error?
Problem 2: In Tomcat 4.0, we can copy the servlet.jar from Tomcat directory to jre/lib/ext, therefore we don't need to type "-CLASSPATH" in the command prompt. Now I am using Tomcat 5.5.12 and I copied servlet-api.jar from tomcat directory to jre/lib/ext directory, but this time it is not working,i.e I have to type -CLASSPATH to compile a servlet.
I set CLASSPATH in the Environment Variables also, but still it is not working. How can I avoid typing -CLASSPATH each and every time when I compile a servlet?
I am using WindowsXP Pro, Java 1.5 and Tomcat 5.5.12.
How can I avoid typing -CLASSPATH each and every time when I compile a servlet?
Personally I use ANT and avoid such problems. It allows me to have multiple versions of various libraries and define a classpath variable for each compilation job. For example, here is one of the simplest ones:
The compilation task is defined:
Yes there is a learning curve to ANT but you will be glad you invested the time. Bill