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    Default java servlet(tomcat v7.0)

    server at local host was unable to start within 45 seconds.
    if the server require more time, try increasing the timeout in the server editor.
    tomcat v7.0

    can somebody temme whats the error...????


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    Default Re: java servlet(tomcat v7.0)

    There is a limit on the time required to start the server, which your server has set to 45 seconds, and which you should increase if the server is taking a long time. See the docs for Tomcat for how to do this.

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    Default Re: java servlet(tomcat v7.0)

    from where can i got the docs??
    can u plz gimme the links??

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    Default Re: java servlet(tomcat v7.0)

    Quote Originally Posted by aman_chauhan View Post
    from where can i got the docs??
    Did you try google? Should be the first place you start, and googling your problem turns up thousands of webpages

    can u plz gimme the links??
    Please, this is a technical forum. Writing shorthand like this not only makes you much harder to understand, but also conveys laziness - which is something you do not want to convey when asking unpaid volunteers to help

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    Default Re: java servlet(tomcat v7.0)

    i am really sorry.
    will keep this thing in mind from now onward.

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    Default Re: java servlet(tomcat v7.0)

    Server at local host was unable to start within 45 seconds. So, You can change your tomcat ports. Also, I recommend Tomcat 7 for all apps, since it also supports the older servlet 2.5 and JSP 2.1 specs.

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    Default Re: java servlet(tomcat v7.0)

    thanks for the information but can u please tell me how to change tomcat ports??
    or some link from where can i study these??

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