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From Oswald Campesato <>
Subject RE: Help with running Tomcat
Date Sun, 06 Jun 2004 01:46:38 GMT
Another simple solution is to redirect stdout and stderr to text file like this:

startup.bat 1>std1 2>std2
where "std1" and "std2" are quasi-arbitrarily chosen file names.  This
approach is convenient when you do not want to modify the contents 
of "startup.bat".  However, you will need to either open another shell
or navigate to those files in Explorer....

Ariel Valentin <> wrote:
Edit the startup.bat file and enter the word "pause" at the end.
This will stop the window from closing and you can see what the error is.
Also have you tried looking at the server logs? I am not sure if it writes 
anything but it is worth looking at.

Mr. Ariel S. Valentin

>From: sowmya 
>Reply-To: "Tomcat Users List" 
>Subject: Help with running Tomcat Date: Sat, 5 Jun 2004 12:17:35 -0700 
>I'm working on the tomcat server
>and i have it installed on my laptop running Windows
>XP. It was working
>fine , but suddenly since a couple of days, whenever I
>try to startup
>using the bat file, the command prompt window just
>disappears - and the
>server does not start. There is no change that I have
>made, either to the
>classpath or the path of the directory structure.
>It seems rather mysterious to me. I reinstalled the
>whole thing - but the
>problem still remains. Any help would be greatly
>Thanks in advance,
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