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From todd tredeau <t...@wisernet.com>
Subject re: NIGHTMARE REVISITED
Date Mon, 08 Apr 2002 16:29:23 GMT
Hello;
        Thank you for coming back.... we all have those days.... look, I 
run tomcat on NT, but i'm not the right one to solve the problem, your 
right, this was very hard to get working... I did, but never quite 
right, so I just run as development, and not as a service, and have no 
problems. Actually I run it a little on this laptop as well, and it runs 
good... Let's break this problem apart first; in this order, and let 
everyone try to explain..

1.    General Tomcat 3.2.4 on NT2000 or suggested Tomcat (best) for Win32..
2.    IIS and Tomcat
3.    Tomcat as a Service.....

    Thanks again for coming back, this just show the quality of the 
people who come to this group and are willing to help.

todd
http://www.wiserlabz.com
collaborative effort to promote Novell and Open Source solutions

Árni Arent wrote:

>Sorry for the flame :)
>
>Just got very frustrated. I am very patient, and yes I've read the install
>documentation carefully and followed it step by step, that I am sure of.
>However the install documentation is way too long, too many things users
>have to consider.
>
>My setup is Win2000, IIS and Tomcat3.2.4.
>
>I've managed to get tomcat to work, however it doesn't run with IIS nor did
>I manage to install tomcat as a service.
>
>My problem is this
>When starting the NT service I get:
>Asked (and given) winsock 1.1
>Error: StartServiceCtrlDispatcher failed.
>
>Regards.
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: todd tredeau [mailto:todd@wisernet.com]
>Sent: 8. apríl 2002 15:08
>To: Tomcat Users List
>Cc: arni@ha.is
>Subject: Re: NIGHTMARE
>
>
>I completely disagree with you. I am NOT a programmer, and pretty easily
>figured out the BASIC installation, ie:unzip/expand and run. Is it
>possible this is a case of No Planning, or Not Reading the ample
>documentation, How many unanswered questions have you posted?
>
>I'm sorry, but this type of message leaves me to believe you spent NO
>effort to solve your own problems, read the documentation, or spec your
>project.
>
>It would seem that PHP, JSP, CFM, ASP, etc.. are each suited to
>particular needs. I can't say that I would want to go from one to
>another without a better plan.
>
>In 16 years, I have seen a lot of software, for a lot of money, free,
>commercial and everything in between. I personally haven't gotten that
>involved in "open source" projects except for the last couple years,
>while I don't feel I'm qualified to do much, I do what I can. The power
>of hundreds and thousands of minds, is far better than anything I have seen.
>
>While it is often true, extra pains are taken to get things working,
>installed or configured, typically if you have a clue what you are doing
>to start with it helps. At the same time, I have never posted a question
>without some sort of positive response, perhaps, if you considered
>putting your demand for perfection aside, you could learn and contribute
>to the project, providing feedback and guidance to developers so they
>know what works better, that is the power of any project.
>
>Would I be correct in assuming your trying to run tomcat on windows
>platform? I would agree with you however on one thing, there are far too
>many strains of Tomcat out right now.... Stratify your projects...too
>hard to support too many.
>
>todd
>http://www.wiserlabz.com
>collaborative effort to promote Novell and Open Source solutions
>
>opinions expressed here are my own, and I have no official affiliation
>with Novell, Apache or any of their sub-projects.
>
>Árni Arent wrote:
>
>>Your software, Tomcat, is a nightmare to install. I've spent 2 WHOLE days
>>trying to make it work without success.
>>
>>Endless configuration files, paths, etc. making this a impossible software
>>to use. I doubt I'm the only one who has complaint.
>>
>>I won't use this crap, I'm switching to PHP, took me 5 minutes to figure
>>that out.
>>
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