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what should the enviromnent variables be for Tomcat?

Lakshmi Nimishakavi
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Hi
I have a problem with getting to my web application through tomcat manager. it gives HTTP 404 - requested resource not available error. Details you can see in the thread named 'HTTP status 404 error in tomcat 6'
I tried with checking logs, web.xml but no use.
I doubt something is wrong with the environment variables.
If any of you is working with Tomcat can you tell me what should the environment variables point to?? I hope this will solve my problem.

thanks
Lakshmi
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