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From "Jason L. West, Sr." <>
Subject Re: Setting JAVA_HOME and CATALINA_HOME on XP
Date Wed, 16 Jun 2004 08:10:56 GMT
On WinXP you will want to set these in the "Environment Variables" 
located under properties of "My Computer".  You can get there by right 
clicking on the "My Computer" icon and selecting properties.  When the 
new window comes up click on the "Advance" tab and then select the 
"Environment Variables" button located at the bottom of the screen.

This is where you will set up the new "System Variables" for the 
applications.  CATALINA_HOME and JAKARTA_HOME as System variables click 
on the new button and then insert the information required.  For example:

Variable Name: CATALINA_HOME
Variable Value: c:\tomcat

Variable Value being the root directory for the tomcat installation. 
This may differ with your setup.

Let me know if you have any questions on this.

Jason L. West, Sr.
Internet Application Specialist, Sr.

Bader Qurashi wrote on 6/16/2004, 01:45:

 > Hi,
 > I want to run servlets and JSP pages on tomcat but I
 > am having problems with the installation of tomcat. I
 > am not sure how to configure the JAVA_HOME and
 > CATALINA_HOME envioronment variables could someone
 > help me with this. I have tried google and yahoo
 > search and tried configuring it to some of the
 > recommendation but to no avail.
 > Thanks,
 > Bader
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