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From "David Herder" <dher...@triad-graphics.com>
Subject Re: Tomcat startup under NT
Date Wed, 04 Jul 2001 21:37:27 GMT
JAVA_HOME is set up as c:\jdk1.3.1 and I cannot access the tomcat.bat file.
When I try to edit it with sysedit, I get the response: The name specified
is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or
batch file.

dave



> check to see if you have setup  JAVA_HOME in your
> system classpath aand also in the tomcat.bat
> Kris
> --- David Herder <dherder@triad-graphics.com> wrote:
>> Essential Info:
>> Tomcat 3.2.2
>> Apache 1.3.20
>> NT 4 Workstation Service pack 4
>> JDK 1.3.1
>>
>> When executing the command startup from TOMCAT_HOME,
>> a startup window
>> appears then disappears in a fraction of a second. I
>> read in the FAQ that
>> this is due to memory allocation for the command
>> prompt, but under NT, I
>> cannot find a way to change this. Nonetheless, I
>> don't think this is the
>> probem, as I am also getting a "500 Internal Server
>> Error" when trying to
>> run servlets. I have followed the suggestions in the
>> faq about capitalizing
>> the WEB-INF folder, but this has not changed
>> anything.
>>
>> But first things first, any suggestions on keeping
>> the Tomcat Window open??
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Dave
>
>
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