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From "chris brown" <>
Subject Re: [TC4-RC1/NT] Running as an NT service: Tomcat looks for server.xml in wrong place - FIXED!
Date Tue, 11 Sep 2001 11:09:25 GMT
I've fixed the problem myself.  I had to modify (only slightly) the scripts
supplied with JavaService 1.2.0, by specifying the "current" directory from
which to launch Tomcat 4.0.  See the modified version below (sorry for any
line breaks...).


@echo off
echo --------
echo Usage:   %0 jdk_home tomcat_home (classic/hotspot/server)
echo NOTE:    You MAY NOT use spaces in the path names. If you know how
echo          to fix this, please tell me.
echo          JDK 1.3 does not come with hotpot server by default, you must
echo          install this seperately if you wish to use it.
echo Example: %0 c:\progra~1\jdk c:\progra~1\tomcat hotspot
echo --------

if "%1" == "" goto eof
if "%2" == "" goto eof
if "%3" == "" goto eof

copy JavaService.exe %2\bin\CatalinaService.exe > nul
%2\bin\CatalinaService.exe -install Catalina
%1\jre\bin\%3\jvm.dll -Djava.class.path=%2\bin\bootstrap.jar;%2\bin\servlet.
jar;%1\lib\tools.jar -Dcatalina.home=%2 -start
org.apache.catalina.startup.Bootstrap -params start -stop
org.apache.catalina.startup.Bootstrap -params stop -out
%2\logs\stdout.log -err %2\logs\stderr.log -current %2

goto eof


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