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Tomcat server in Netbeans 4.1

 
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Hi,

I have installed and configured NetBeans4.1 in windows 98.I have registered Tomcat 5.0.27 with the IDE.My jdk version is j2sdk1.4.1_03.
When i tried to start the Tomcat server,i am getting the following error


The BASEDIR environment variable is not defined
This environment variable is needed to run this program
Out of environment space


Please suggest me,What i have to do to start the server without errors.


Thanks in Advance,

regards,

siva sankar.
 
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This sounds more about starting the Tomcat server than Netbeans, so I'm going to move it to our Tomcat forum.
 
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The key here is "Out of environment space"
Windows98 uses a small setting for the memory provided to hold environment variables. Tomcat uses a LOT of environment variables and does a lot of copying of environment variables so you will have to increase the default setting. Alas - I have forgotten how you do this in Win98 but it has been brought up in this forum before so do some searches.

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