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From christian.schus...@rsag.ch
Subject Re: Set System properties at TC startup
Date Thu, 19 Jun 2003 08:41:05 GMT




Yes I am running Tomcat 4.1.18.

Where does this file need to be located that TC is reading it at startup?
Just somewhere along the classpath?

Christian Schuster

Rudolf Schuster AG
Postfach 277
CH - 3000 Bern 11

http://www.rsag.ch
++41 31 348 05 30


                                                                           
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Assuming that you are using TC 4.x (TC 3.3 has a different way of doing
this), then you create a file called "setenv.(bat|sh)" (of course, "bat"
for
Windows, "sh" for *nix).  In this file you set the environment variable
CATALINA_OPTS to define the system properties that you need.

<christian.schuster@rsag.ch> wrote in message
news:OFA4471202.2F7599BC-ONC1256D4A.0022A980-C1256D4A.00238DB9@rsag.ch...
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> Hi list,
>
> I have several web applications running. All of them have some properties
> equal. They are also important in order to the web applications working
> appropriatly. Is there a way at TC startup time to set these properties
> (just Strings) and in case the properties are not found to let TC
> immediately crash.
>
> I am not really an expert in this and there may be a totally different
way
> how to do this.
>
> Regards,
>
> Christian Schuster
>
> Rudolf Schuster AG
> Postfach 277
> CH - 3000 Bern 11
>
> http://www.rsag.ch
> ++41 31 348 05 30




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