|unable to add tomcat installation [message #116576]
||Wed, 06 July 2005 10:46
Originally posted by: joerg.eschke.net|
I try to add a tomcat v5 to the Installed Server Runtime Environment within
the preferences but recieve "The Tomcat installation directory is not
correct. It does not point to a valid Tomcat installation." from the
I am running 0.7m5 using the default tomcat 5 installation
provided by SuSE Linux 9.3
Any hints ?
How does the wizard determine a so called "valid" tomcat installation ?
|Re: unable to add tomcat installation [message #116768 is a reply to message #116682]
||Wed, 06 July 2005 15:49
| JÃ¶rg Eschke
Registered: July 2009
Hmm, the directory structure doesn't seem to be the problems cause.|
Using a SuSE Linux 9.1 installation where the tomcat directory structure is
identically the wizard does his job as expected.
Larry Isaacs wrote:
> I don't have a *nix system to play with at the moment, so I can't say
> exactly why the symlinks aren't being accepted. I'll see what I can
> find out. I don't know of a reason not to try to make this work.
> Jörg wrote:
>> the directory structure look like this:
>> conf -> /srv/www/tomcat5/base/conf
>> logs -> /srv/www/tomcat5/base/logs
>> temp -> /srv/www/tomcat5/base/temp
>> webapps -> /srv/www/tomcat5/base/webapps
>> work -> /srv/www/tomcat5/base/work
>> You are right, after installing a Tomcat .tar.gz binary distribution from
>> the Apache Jakarta Page everything works fine.
>> Larry Isaacs wrote:
>>>The Tomcat support expects the Tomcat installation to be under a single
>>>install directory, like what is found the tar.gz binary distributions
>>>that can be downloaded from Apache Jakarta. I assume the problem is
>>>that the Tomcat installation appears under multiple directories.
>>>If you identify your directory structure, I may be able to suggest how
>>>to trick the Tomcat support in to accepting that structure. You are
>>>also welcome to file an enhancement request in the Bug database.
>>>Jörg Eschke wrote:
>>>>I try to add a tomcat v5 to the Installed Server Runtime Environment
>>>>within the preferences but recieve "The Tomcat installation directory is
>>>>not correct. It does not point to a valid Tomcat installation." from the
>>>>I am running 0.7m5 using the default tomcat 5 installation
>>>>provided by SuSE Linux 9.3
>>>>Any hints ?
>>>>How does the wizard determine a so called "valid" tomcat installation ?
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