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Problem running sample JSP in tomcat 4.1.24

 
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I am new to Tocat. I have configured it to run at port 17080 on my m/c-this
has been asked during the installation of tomcat.(we can configure the port during the setup/installation)
I'm having 4.1.24 version of it running on Windows 2000 professional m/c with
jdk1.3.1_02.
At the time when we put "http://localhost:17080/index.jsp"
This is a very first error i'm getting. Can someone help me out regarding
this.Can somebody help me out-how to correct this one.


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[ April 29, 2003: Message edited by: Mike Curwen ]
 
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This appears to be a glitch in *some* people's installation of Win2k.

http://nagoya.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=17666

The final workaround is at the very bottom of this page... copy tools.jar from your JAVA_HOME/lib directory into Tomcat's lib directory.

I say "some" people's installs, because I run Tomcat 4.1.24 on both Win2k Pro and WinXP Pro with no problems and without this workaround.
 
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