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From "Ai Zhang" <>
Subject Re: Fail to bring up Tomcat 3.3 for windows 2000
Date Thu, 15 Nov 2001 23:52:42 GMT
Hi! Thomas,

I take your suggestion and download Tomcat 4.0. But I did not find any installation document
for Tomcat 4.0. So I modify my old bat file and change to the following

set JAVA_HOME=d:\VisualCafeXE\jdk13
set PATH=%JAVA_HOME%\bin;%PATH% 
set CATALINA_HOME=D:\Web\Tomcat\jakarta-tomcat-4.0

Is this correct? I am not sure why Tomcat 4.0 uses CALALINA_HOME instead of TOMCAT_HOME. 

Please let me know your opinion on this. Do you know is there any installation doc for Tomcat


>>> 11/15/01 03:06PM >>>

Hi Ai, 
I had the same problem in exactly the same situation (Tomcat3.3 in 
cooperation with Windows 2000). 
Didn't find a solution for it (after searching a long time), just installed 
version 4.0 and everything works perfectly now. 
So I suggest, try installing Tomcat version 4.0. 
Maybe it's a bug in Tomcat 3.3 that hasn't been removed yet ? 
Hope this helped you out, 
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Ai Zhang" <> 
To: "<"Tomcat Users List"" <> 
Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2001 10:23 PM 
Subject: Fail to bring up Tomcat 3.3 for windows 2000 

I have installed the tomcat 3.3 in my windows 2000 environment. I have set 
up all the environment variables. I put all the environment in a bat file 
set JAVA_HOME=d:\VisualCafeXE\jdk13 
set PATH=%JAVA_HOME%\bin;%PATH% 
set TOMCAT_HOME=D:\Web\Tomcat\jakarta-tomcat-3.3 
But when I start up the tomcat 
by bin\startup, another window shows up and then disapeared right away. Can 
anybody help me why this happen? 

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