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Tomcat4.1.29 doesn't work

 
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Environment: windows 2000 server with IIS 5.0, JDK1.2.2, JSDK2.0
First:
I download Tomcat4.1.29.exe from (http://jakarta.apache.org/site/binindex.cgi ,release build version)
(In fact don't know the difference between 4.1.29.zip and 4.1.29.exe)
then install Tomcat.
2.Set
PATH=%SystemRoot%\system32;%SystemRoot%;%SystemRoot%\System32\Wbem;C:\PROGRA~1\CA\SHARED~1\SCANEN~1;C:\PROGRA~1\CA\ETRUST~1;C:\VXIpnp\WinNT\Bin;C:\jdk1.2.2\bin;
Java_home=C:\jdk1.2.2, Tomcat_home=C:\tomcat4_1_29
CLASSPATH=.;C:\jdk1.2.2\lib;E:\java;C:\Tomcat_4_1_29\
3.then I try http://localhost:8080, but doesn't work, no tomcat web page
4. try to put isapi_redirect_1.2.5.dll (found http://apache.mirror.pacific.net.au/jakarta/tomcat-connectors/jk/binaries/win32/) under C:\tomcat4.1.29\conf, still doesn't work.
Please any suggestion is appreciate!
 
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you don't mention that you actually start the server. there should be a shortcut called start tomcat
 
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Your environment variables JAVA-HOME and CATALINA-HOME need to be all upper case. The redirect dll only affects requests that go to IIS and are then redirected. By addresssing port 8080 you talk to Tomcat directly. Did you install Tomcat as a service? As I recall the .exe install gives you that option.
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Thanks all. FInally, I use JSDK1.4 with Tomcat, then Tomcat works.
SOrry for the unclear thing in my previous post. I did use upper cases for JAVA_HOME and TOMCAT_HOME, and start Tomcat by Startup.
The reason why I choose JDK1.2 is because: I use it to compile my applet, if I use JSDK1.4 to complie my applet, it can not run in IE, so I have to choshose low version JDK. On Tomcat website, they have doc about TOmcat 4.0, but not 4.1, so I assume Tomcat4.1 worked with
Next I will configure TOmcat with IIS. see you soon for my next problems
 
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Unless you are serializing objects, there is no reason to compile your applet with the same SDK as the servlet.
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WOO, Godness!!! I have a serializing objects to passing int array data from servlet to applet, what shall I do???, My servlet use JSDK1.4.2, my applet use JDK1.2 in order to be supported by IE. Why don't IE support JSDK1.4.2???
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