Windows could not start the apache Tomcat 6 on Local Computer.

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I am Java Developer. I am using tomcat from previous 3 years at Window XP. Today I install window Server 2003 and try to install this program but I am receiving below error. Then I again install window xp and try to install this program but same error appears. Detail of Error is below.

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Windows could not start the apache Tomcat 6 on Local Computer. For more information, review the system Event Log. If this is a non-Micorosoft service, contact the service vendor, and refer to service-specific error code 0.

 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #121018

Windows could not start the apache Tomcat 6 on Local Computer.

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Dear Angelendris, this is a common problem while using some web server due to over lapping in port numbers. In windows XP you have to install IIS on your own with your require port#. While in Server 2003 IIS is built get installed and you have to reconfigure its port#. Default Port for IIS is 80 which is most likely used by other programs like Skype, Node32 or any other antivirus. By changing port no from 80 to some things else vacant one, you can solve this problem. For example in %Home%Apacheconfhttpd.conf , change the port number as follows: Listen 1234 and Server Name ABC:1234.Here ABC is my machine name, and port been changed from 80 to 8888 for any incoming request listing. Here %Home% is used for the drive where all my programs and apache been installed. When you have changed all these configurations and the port, install Apache server again.

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Windows could not start the apache Tomcat 6 on Local Computer.

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Hallo Angele,

To resolve the issue you are getting when using Tomcat, you will need to do the following:

You will need to configure Tomcat so that it can be able to use the following C:PathTojre6binclientjvm.dll as JVM through the Java tab of its properties. You can open the properties by double-clicking the system tray icon.

If that does not resolve the issue, then it could be that your Tomcat service has been set up with a hardcoded java-home value. You will therefore need to try running the following in a command-prompt, or you can as well open it using "Run as administrator" if you are using vista/win7/server2008.

<path to your tomcat installation>bintomcat7.exe //US//<name of your tomcat service> 

--JavaHome=%JAVA_HOME%

Note that the name of the service may differ, but it may be something like "Tomcat6" in the event that you did a standard installation.

Regards,

Carl

 

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