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Hi guys
im a newbie in Apache technology. Recently i have downloaded one java project which stores the sql server and works with remote software via url interface, also web interface.
is there any configuration for adding in apache tomcat for sql server url, so the remote software will manipulate the database fields?

On run.bat is this url

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jre\bin\javaw -classpath lib\tpkutils.jar; com.tpk.TPKLauncher java -classpath BilancWebClient.jar; -Xms512M -Xmx1024M com.tpk.bilanc.web.O2App ServerUrl https://bilanc.com/onlineserver/Bila...r/BilancWebApp
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It's hard to tell from that command what it does, but it seems more like a client than a server...?

Tomcat is for running web apps - is one supposed to be part of that package? If so, it would likely be a *.war file - is there one of those?

As to what you need to do for DB connectivity, that depends on the web app. Some set that up internally, and some need configuration in Tomcat. It's impossible to tell without knowing more about the web app and its configuration.
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