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Tomcat7 ignoring all JVM settings I'm making

 
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Hello all,

I'm running Tomcat7 as service on Windows 64 bit machine and it ignoring all JVM settings I'm making, whether in the Java tab of Tomcat7W.exe or JAVA_HOME and JRE_HOME environment variables.

Instead it is referencing another JDK I have on my system. I can see that from http://localhost/manager/status, and also when I start the program manually by clicking the Tomcat7.exe - the startup log in the command box shows me it's referencing another jdk.

But I have no clue where Tomcat is getting that setting from and how to change it.

Any help greatly appreciated.

Ewan
 
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Do you have the Tomcat icon in the system tray?  It looks like a feather with a play button on it.  You may have to look in your hidden area.

Once you find it, right-click on it and select Configure...

Click the Java tab, and there you go!
 
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