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From Ziggy <zigg...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Tomcat really need Shutdown port
Date Sat, 14 Nov 2009 17:53:10 GMT
You can use "netstat -a" to see if the Tomcat port number is listening.


On Sat, Nov 14, 2009 at 4:09 PM, SRamasamy <sujay@techie.com> wrote:

>
> >>That's bad; each time the user clicks the link a new instance of Tomcat
> will start, all but the first of which will die due to port conflicts.
> Sloppy, at best.  You should have the links target your own script that
> determines whether or not Tomcat is running and starts it only when needed.
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> Each time user click the link it will try to start tomcat it will show
> tomcat the following exception
> SEVERE: Error initializing endpoint
> java.net.BindException: Address already in use: JVM_Bind:5050
>
> but application running, tomcat contain more than one application and also
> corresponding link on desktop if user click the 2nd application on the same
> tomcat it will show exception on console but application running. When I
> trying to click 3rd application same exception is coming but application is
> running. And also we are hiding tomcat console user not able to find
> exception.
>
> Please let me know can I able to check through bat file whether server is
> stated or not?
>
> Our product beauty is no need admin rights to run the application so we are
> not prepare tomcat installer version.
> So please let me know if I use tomcat binary version is any other way to
> find tomcat instance on machine?
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