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tomcat console

HI There,

I installed tomcat.exe and started using as window services in windows server 2003 . My questions is:

How can I see the tomcat console and system.out statements when I start the service?

I can see tomcat console when I start the server manually(startup.bat)

Thanks.
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theartha
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for_yanCommented:
Tomcat has a log file. I am not running it on Windows but in the Tomcat home there is
a folder logs and in that folder I have file called catalina.out.
I guess on Windows it should be something similr and even when you run it as service
it should be there. So check in Program Files/Apache and then soomething you'll see there
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for_yanCommented:
I actually found in my old Windows instatllation
it is in Program Files/Apache Software Foundation/Tomcat 6.0/logs
and there there is a file called stdout.log - it has all my
console stuff including errors. If your log has different name you can
anyway easily find it in this folder, say
ordering by date
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mrcoffee365Commented:
If you would like to see the Tomcat console, there is an option in the Tomcat Configuration that creates a cmd window and writes console messages to it.  It's called "Allow service to interact with desktop."

Otherwise, you can check the logs in the location for_yan mentioned above.
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objectsCommented:
you can configure the default logging using logging.properties
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