TomTom Lee

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What fixed this for me is I removed a System.exit call in the destroy method of my servlet. I think tomcat wants to handle ending the application. It doesn't like when you end the application yourself.
11 years ago
Hi all...

Does anyone know how I can put whitespace into the name of the tomcat windows service? I tried putting quotes around the name when I run the command "Tomcat6 //IS//<name>" but it doesn't work. I need the name of the service to be something like "tomcat application server".

Thanks alot in advance
14 years ago
Yeah all the ports are different. The log files don't show anything. They just say things like "Stopping Service..." and then instead of saying "Service stopped successfully", it just ends.

Thanks!
14 years ago
Hi all...

I currently have TomCat set up so that each of my webapps has its own separate TomCat windows service (its own conf folder, conf files, and ports). They all work fine, but one of them does not stop properly. When I right click and stop the service, the dialog box hangs and then times out. However, the tomcat executable does die somewhere along the way, and for all intensive purposes, the webapp is stopped. But for some reason, the windows service manager thing thinks the webapp is still alive. When I try to stop the service with the "sc" command, I get an error and a weird message that says "The pipe has been ended." Does anyone know what is going on?

Thanks alot
14 years ago
Anyone know the passing/failing rate of the exam? I think it will be a good measure of how challenging this exam is.

I have taken and passed the certification by the way.
Are you serious? I got the exact same score with the exact same breakdown, too. They must have some kind of grading template where they take off a set amount of points for certain mistakes. We must have made the exact same kind of mistakes. Strange.
15 years ago
I think some of you are missing my point. I don't mean a batch file that tests the application functionality. I'm talkin about a batch file that tests things like whether the userguide.txt file is in the right place, or if you spelled DBMain correctly. Ya know? It's one less thing to worry about for us, and it will make failures limited to actual program errors.
Sun should provide a simple batch file that you can run against your jar file before you hand it in. The batch file should check for all of the stupid formatting, file placement, and version errors that can lead to automatic failure. It's just ridiculous that someone can fail for a small careless error like that. It would be so easy for them to make one.