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Tomcat 8 error deployment

 
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Hi,

Iam using Tomacat 8 and Netbeans I get the next error:



When I follow the trace it takes me here:


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Are there any exceptions in your catalina.log? You can find it in the "logs"-folder in your Tomcat-directory. (Netbeans might use another base-directory where the log is written to. You can check this in Netbeans under "Window/Services/Servers" -> right-click on your Tomcat, "Properties" int the "Connection"-tab).
 
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I checked it but there are not files inside the logs folder of Tomcat


Any another idea?
 
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I just closed Netbeans and open it again then I made a clean and build an dI got the next error:



Any idea?
 
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I just created a new project and I added all the code there, now Im using Tomcat 7 an dI get the next error:



I am using Netbeans and Java 6

Any idea?
 
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Have you checked for another base-directory? There *has* to be somewhere a log.
 
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There is a file for logs created but empty, I also uninstall and install Tomcat7 again but I got the same error

Any idea?
 
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When I try now I get this error



I have installed in Windows, java 8 but in Netbeans it looks like it is using java 6

I have searched on the net, the error looks quite straightforward but I dont find exactly the way to addrees it.

Any idea?

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Isaac
 
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ok I sort out the solution, I had to delete the file tcnative-1.dll and now it works

 
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