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Can not install Tomcat4.0 into Window 95?

 
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After instlling Tomcat4.0 into my winodwMe successfully, I tried to install Tomcat4.0 into Window95 for some experientments. But I just cannot install it. When I double clicked Tomcat executable file icon, it pops out" cannot find Java development kit installed, please download from http://www.java.sun.com".
But I have installed j2sdk1.4.0 priously. I also add path and classpath for d2sdk1.4.0 into autoexec.bat, and test it in DOS window successfully. But none works.
Any suggestion? Does Tomcat4.0 cannot compatible with Window95?
 
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i had the same problem.
it is a bug in the tomcat exe.
instead d/l the zip version of tomcat and unzip it .
works fine then!
 
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Roy Ben Ami, Thanks. It works.
I am also doing another test, if you know the answer, please let me know.
What I did is put a HelloServlet.class file into the following directory,
<tomcat home>webapps\ROOT\WEB-INF\Classes\, then invoke the servlet: http://localhost:8080/servlet/HelloServlet. Based on the tutorial, this processedure should be right. But I failed to invoke HelloServlet.class.
But if I put the class file into: <tomcat home>\classes\, I can get correct response from the servlet.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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