Tomcat hasn't got a console. You can write to the Tomcat log, but there's no guarantee that the log will appear on a terminal monitor screen anywhere. Tomcat is designed to be run in boxes that have no keyboards or monitors in locked dark rooms. Tomcat 4.1 comes with a Struts control application that allows it to be managed remotely via a web interface, but that's not a "console" either - web pages can't receive unsolicted input.
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