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Plz help me (java web server 2.0)

 
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Hi.
I am new to java and i having problems with java web server 2.0
when i start the java web server2.0 through command prompt it gives the following error:
D:\JavaWebServer2.0\bin>httpd
Program D:\JAVAWE~1.0\bin\..\jre\bin\jre.exe exited with code -1073741819
D:\JAVAWE~1.0\bin\..\bin\jserv.exe
D:\JAVAWE~1.0\bin\..\bin\jserv.exe
jserv: Shutting down the server
Program D:\JAVAWE~1.0\bin\..\jre\bin\jre.exe exited with code -1073741819
D:\JAVAWE~1.0\bin\..\bin\jserv.exe
D:\JAVAWE~1.0\bin\..\bin\jserv.exe
can you help me on this..
i will be greatful to you
 
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This is not quite the answer you were looking for, but can I suggest you do not use the Java Web Server and install Tomcat instead? No-one, as far as I am aware, really uses that server.

http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat
 
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sk mehrotra had sent me a PM with the same message as he has posted here. I had given him the same reply- Use Tomcat.


sk mehrotra - You mentioned in your PM that you want to stick with Java web server and not use Tomcat. Any specific reasons for using Java Web Server and not using Tomcat ?

Java Web Server is really old and I had used it in the year 2000. I don't it works fine with the newer JDK versions .May be you could try using older JDK versions i.e. 1.3 if you want to use JWS. Sun's forum could be another place to look for answers.
 
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JWS never worked. It never worked. With any JDK, on any platform. Ugh. The horror!

Seriously. Use Tomcat.
 
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If you have any Tomcat questions, you should ask them in our Apache/Tomcat forum.

Dave
 
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Oh, by the way, you should use Tomcat

Mark
 
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