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Subject Re: out of environment space
Date Fri, 01 Sep 2000 07:01:36 GMT

Would it be possible to automatically start Tomcat when a client/browser starts
talking to the HTTP port. This would have the side-effect of starting Tomcat
again if the JVM died. I think this sort of thing is possible with inetd with
Unix systems... There really should be a portable way of doing this sort of
thing - does anyone know one?

Steve. on 01/09/2000 16:32:05

Please respond to
 cc:      (bcc: Steven Shaw/Net)                              
 Subject: Re: out of environment space                        

Bill Morrison wrote:

> Jim, Thanks for giving us this option.
> Craig,
> Can you comment on this.   It certainly solves the environment adjustment
> problem.   Do you see any problems with this?
> Bill

It sounds pretty good -- I'll take a look.  The only glaring issue I can see of
the top of my head is the license (GNU).

There is also a launcher that is under development for Tomcat 4.0 that does the
same kind of thing, as well as parking an icon on your W98/W2k/NT toolbar to
start, stop, or restart Tomcat, plus launch from a desktop icon.


> Jim Rudnicki wrote:
> > I have a launcher that will solve the problem you
> > and many others have.  If you have a moment, give it a try and tell me it
> > worked!  It has worked for others.
> >
> > Take a look:
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > Best wishes.
> >
> > Jim
> >
> > > I'm trying to set up Tomcat on a Win98 machine. When I run startup, I get
> > > the message "Out of environment space" four lines in a row, another window
> > > briefly appears and disappears, and then the application writes out the
> > > classpath and quits.
> > >
> > > Has anyone seen this before? Is there an easy fix?
> > >

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