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From David Delbecq <delbd+jaka...@oma.be>
Subject Re: Tomcat & Cobertura
Date Tue, 20 Feb 2007 19:24:23 GMT
I took a look at tomcat.exe, it is a renamed service wrapper from common
daemon (http://jakarta.apache.org/commons/daemon/procrun.html)
It is invoked with //IS// parameter to install the service. Parameters
that are given to this installation command are memorized 'somewhere'
and used to run the service.

To know what parameter are given to service, you have 3 options

1- download source code of tomcat windows installer and look how it
invoke this service wrapper
2- dive in registry (probably using the common daemon docs) to find out
where it store invocation parameters
3- wait for an expert to answer your question

Sorry for not diving myself further, am not using windows, i just took a
look at source code out of curiosity. Good luck

dhay@lexmark.com a écrit :
> Ok....so back to my original question! ;-)
>
> Any idea what's hidden in tomcat5.exe that is different from running
> startup.bat, and prevents Cobertura from recognizing when the server is
> shutdown?
>
> cheers,
>
> David
> x54680
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>> From: Sheets, Jerald [mailto:JSheets@weather.com]
>> Subject: RE: Tomcat & Cobertura
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>> Startup.bat calls catalina.bat which calls tomcat5.exe
>>     
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> You apparently haven't actually looked at the scripts.  The catalina.bat
> script does not use tomcat5.exe; it starts up Tomcat with the standard
> Java launcher.
>
> The tomcat5.exe program is normally used only to run Tomcat as a
> service, although there's nothing that stops it from being used from the
> command prompt as an alternative launcher.
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>  - Chuck
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