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  • #233

    Anonymous

    hi,

    I have installed all the requirements for Perfectforms.But im unalbe to configure to the Apache Tomcat 6 Web Server.At the end of installation of Apache Server,i get a message that Your Installation is Successful but when i try to start Tomcat6 service, an error appears.Saying that “Failed installation of Tomcat6”.

    Thnx,

    #4631

    ijobling
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    Check your server ‘event logs’ .. you will probably see more detailed information on this failure, but also refer to the tomcat help files where it may be noted as a ‘common problem’. You may also find that ‘googling’ this error may assist as well

    #4639

    ijobling
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    this could be what you need if the services is not starting

    >>Tomcat Fails to Launch on Windows Server

    The current Tomcat installer has a bug where it forgot to install one Windows dll. The solution is to copy a C:WINDOWSSystem32msvcr71.dll from any Windows system you find it (like XP Pro or Vista or any Windows computer with a Microsoft Visual Studio installed) and copy it to the same directory on your Windows Server machine. Then Tomcat will launch fine.

    see if that sorts this out for you ?

    #4641

    Anonymous

    hi there,

    i did what you asked me to.i copied tht dll file from my pc to server and it worked.

    but now when i go start–>Programs–>Tomcat 6.0–>configure….the same error appears whereas if i right click on system tray where i have a Tomcat icon and then i select configure….it works…i can see tomcat service in running state and even in windows services i can see i started.

    what could be the possible reason?

    thnx,

    #4643

    ijobling
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    I could only think that there is some specific configuration on your server that is restricting you for some reason. but once you have tomcat running, then its really only in the connection agent installation where you set up the config.xml that is needed. You shouldn’t have to go into tomcat ‘configure’ in future

    #4644

    Anonymous

    hi,

    im working on config.xml now and i hope i;ll be able to manage it.

    thnx.

    #4645

    ijobling
    Participant

    You may find it useful to involve your Database Administrators in this step as they will understand how your databases are accessible.

    #4646

    Anonymous

    yeah i have a Database Admin and a Network Admin with me.But most of the stuff is done by my-self.

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