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Starting up Server to run Servlet application.

 
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Hi I'm new to servlet. And i want to set up environment for that. I have installed apache-tomcat 6.0.16. But when i tried to start up it, from bin of apache-tomcat but command : startup.bat shows me below message.


Neither JAVA_HOME not JRE_HOME environment variable is defined.At least one of these is needed to run this program.

Can any one please help me on defining this variable.

Thanks in advance.
 
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JAVA_HOME needs to point to the directory where your JRE (or JDK) is installed. That directory contains the "bin" and "lib" directories (amongst others).
 
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Check this: http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.5.0/install-windows.html
 
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