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From Jarvis Ka <jar...@ns.eryxma.com>
Subject Re: I cannot run tomcat on XP proffesional
Date Fri, 31 May 2002 18:33:44 GMT
You need to set your JAVA_HOME environment variable.  (It's different than 
the PATH variable that you set to let you compile Java source files)

DO:
set JAVA_HOME=[your jdk path]
OR:
Set it in the system properties.

Jarvis


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On Fri, 31 May 2002 AMRAN121@aol.com wrote:

> Hi
> 
> I am having problems with starting tomcat 4.02 on windows XP. Tomcat was 
> running fine on windows 95 and NT. I get the error message 
> 
> Windows cannot find '-Djava.endorsed.dirs='. Make sure you typed the name 
> correctly, and then try again.
> 
> 
> In the Tomcat dos window I get:
> 
> The JAVA_HOME environment is not defined correctly. This environment variable 
> is needed to run the program correctly. The system cannot find the batch 
> label specified - end.
> 
> The only thing I have not done on windows XP proffesional is that I have not 
> set the environment memory to 4096 because I could not find the option in 
> properties. I have checked my JAVA_HOME and I can compile java files but for 
> some reasons they do not run and I dont understand why? Everything was ok on 
> Windows 95 and NT. 
> 
> I have tomcat 4.03 and jdk 1.3.0 on XP 
> Any guidance
> 
> Thanxs
> 
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