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problem with TomCat and jswdk-1.0.1

 
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hi!
i m using window NT i have problem with tomcat and also jswdk-1.0.1 i did check my initial memory which is 4096 the
autoexec.bat
set JAVA_HOME=C:\jdk1.2.2
set classpath= c:\jswdk\lib;
and did change many times classpath line like
set classpath= c:\jswdk\lib\servlet.jar;c:\jswdk\lib\xml.jar;
and many others lines but jswdk not running plzz help me
byee
 
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Hi There,
Looks like you have a space after = , remove this space/correct this and see if it makes a difference.
 
Shahid Ali Naz
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HI!
no problem of spaces
 
chandu raja
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Hi Shahid,
OK, in classpath you dont have to include till the file *.jar.... just put till the lib
classpath=C:\jswdk\lib;
see if it works
 
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Hi Shahid Ali Naz,
Tomcat will pick up classes from servlet.jar available in root:\lib\servlet.jar. The stuffs you have to do is,
You have to set environment variable for JAVA_HOME and TOMCAT_HOME, it may be c:\jdk1.3 , C:\tomcat and in PATH = JAVA_HOME\bin. Set this env. var. in c:\tomcat\bin directory and execute startup.cmd.
I hope , your tomcat server will start with port number 8080 perfectly, else send the error message

 
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