The setenv.bat file is not a configuration file that may be read by Tomcat when it tries to start but is a batch of commands that needs to be run, so you would need to double click on it to run it - but I am not sure if Tomcat runs that bat file on startup.Izzy wrote:After changing the bat file did you run it?
if defined JAVA_HOME set JAVA_HOME=
The problem is the missing file "tcnative-1.dll" in the tomcat path.
A workaround is download this file from
http://www.apache.org/dist/tomcat/tomca ... /binaries/
and put this file in your JRE_HOME - JAVA_HOME folder and the server should start!
I have the same problem to start tomcat from eclispe...
I'm looking for a solution more "elegant"...
(sorry for my english)
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