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From "Ricardo L. A. Banffy" <rica...@organic.com.br>
Subject RE: How to auto start tomcat on boot of NT
Date Mon, 03 Apr 2000 15:47:38 GMT
It works, but only starts tomcat when a user logs on. So, if there is a
power failure during, say, the weekend, you won't have Tomcat running until
monday morning.

-----Original Message-----
From: Bond - James D. [mailto:james007@telesoft.com]
Sent: Monday, April 03, 2000 12:29 PM
To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
Subject: Re: How to auto start tomcat on boot of NT


>
> Joel Hughes wrote:
>
> >  Where does one place calls to start tomcat during boot of a NT machine?
I've
> > tried autoexec.bat but this did not appear to work.  Since this will be
> > running on a server, placing the bat in a 'startup' folder is not an
option,
> > as no one will be logged in.Thanks.
> > Joel Hughesjoel@redknee.com
>
> Start it as a service. Use the INSTSRV (IIRC) command.

You can always just make a batch (.bat) file that calls it and place it in
c:\winnt\profiles\all users\start menu\startup ....... that way every time
the machine boots up it'll run it?  That's what I had to do for Resin for
a while .........

>
> --
> Greetings, Philippe.
>
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James Dalrymple
Telesoft Corp.


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