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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: Need to Specify keystorePass on Command Line - Update
Date Tue, 12 Feb 2013 22:59:45 GMT
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Mark,

On 2/12/13 4:27 AM, Mark Thomas wrote:
> On 12/02/2013 00:53, Harris, Jeffrey E. wrote:
>> Current status:
>> 
>> I replaced keystorePass=<password> with 
>> 'keystorePass="${kspassword}"' in server.xml, and executed the 
>> command "tomcat7 //TS//Tomcat7
>> --JvmOptions=-Dkspassword=<password>" and have been able to start
>> the SSL listener as a console application.
>> 
>> However, I have not been able to do the same thing with the
>> service, using "sc start Tomcat7
>> "--JvmOptions=-Dkspassword=<password>", or putting the parameter
>> into the properties of the service entry in Windows Services
>> Manager.
>> 
>> I know Charles Caldarale said it could not be done with a
>> service, but it is possible to pass parameters to a service, both
>> using the Windows Services Manager, and via the sc command line
>> utility.  I am just not sure what syntax Tomcat is expecting for
>> parameters; I would think it would match the syntax of the tomcat
>> command above, since that is basically what is being called, just
>> with different parameters.
> 
> http://commons.apache.org/daemon/procrun.html

Since OP is using "sc", there may be a problem there that you can't
specify command-line parameters to a service.

Obviously, adding the parameter to Windows Services Manager defeats
the whole "must be on the command line, can't be in the registry"
requirement.

- -chris
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