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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 25599] - Cannot change the Java VM option in the Configure Tomcat utility
Date Wed, 17 Dec 2003 20:25:43 GMT
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Cannot change the Java VM option in the Configure Tomcat utility





------- Additional Comments From curtinjt@hotmail.com  2003-12-17 20:25 -------
Further testing reveals that Tomcat will always use the JVM referenced in the
Windows registry, regardless of the choice made during installation.  In my
case, this was C:\Program Files\Java\j2re1.4.2_02 -- it was installed along with
the Java 1.4.2 SDK.  If this JVM instance does not exist on the Windows
filesystem, the installer will still act like everything is okay -- asking if
you want Tomcat to use the JDK referenced by your JAVA_HOME environment variable
-- but when installation is complete, Tomcat *will not run*.  Tomcat needs to
actually use the JDK that the user specifies during or after installation, and
it needs to be able to run even if the silly JRE is not installed under
C:\Program Files.

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