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From "Chris Styduhar" <chr...@buildings.nyc.gov>
Subject RE: Strange error referencing JRE when integrating with MyEclipse
Date Tue, 08 Aug 2006 16:04:18 GMT
I don't have any other versions of Tomcat running - I do have Apache 2.2
running in the background, though.  I'll give the compatibility package
a shot (we have to use the JDK 1.4 because we're using a third-party ECM
suite that needs that particular version).  I assume I can't install
both on the same machine?

 

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From: Steve Ochani [mailto:ochanis@ncc.edu] 
Sent: Tuesday, August 08, 2006 11:48 AM
To: Chris Styduhar; Tomcat Users List
Subject: Re: Strange error referencing JRE when integrating with
MyEclipse

 

> Hey everyone...

> 

> 

> 

> Quick question that will probably take 5 seconds to answer... I'm

> using the following configuration:

> 

> 

> 

> -          Tomcat 5.5

> 

> -          MyEclilpse 5.0 (Eclipse 3.2)

> 

> -          J2sdk1.4.2_12

> 

> 

> 

> I set MyEclipse to point at the 1.4 version of the JDK (the only one

> on my system as far as I can tell).  When I try to startup the server

> from Eclipse, I get the following error:

> 

> 

> 

> This release of Apache Tomcat was packaged to run on J2SE 5.0 

> 

> or later. It can be run on earlier JVMs by downloading and 

> 

> installing a compatibility package from the Apache Tomcat 

> 

> binary download page.

> 

> 

> 

> I'm a bit confused as to why it's giving me this error - since Tomcat

> appears to be running fine on my machine (I can access localhost:8080/

> just fine).

> 

 

Are you sure you don't already have an instance of tomcat running, that
is not 5.5.

>From my readings TC 5.5 does need java 5/ jdk 1.5 but as the error
states you can use tc 5.5 with a "compatibility package", which are a
set of files that you can download from the same page where tc 5.5 is
downloaded from.

 


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