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From "Jon Skeet" <Jon.Sk...@clearswift.com>
Subject Non-obsolete way of running Tomcat as a Windows Service?
Date Mon, 11 Apr 2005 07:27:34 GMT
The documentation for tomcat5.exe and tomcat5w.exe in 5.5 starts with:

<quote>
NOTICE

This section of the documentation applies to procrun 1.0, and is now
obsolete.
</quote>

Now, it seems to work perfectly well, but I'm always wary about running
things which are claimed to be obsolete. Is there a preferred way of
running Tomcat as a Wndows service? The Windows installer isn't a good
option for us (as far as I can tell), as we need a customised version of
Tomcat to be installed as part of another installation process.

Jon Skeet


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