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Setting VM arguments in Apache Tomcat

Posted on 2011-09-28
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I wrote a stand alone java program which takes in the command line arguments
 -Djava.library.path="E:\Downloads\someFolder". My stand alone program loads a .dll file in that folder path I mentioned in the args. I mentioned the path in Eclipse. That piece of java code which loads a .dll file has to be run on the server now. I am using Apache Tomcat. Where do I specify the arguments?
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I placed the .dll file in the bin directory of Apache Tomcat and it solved the problem.
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After placing the .dll file in the bin directory of Tomcat, I was able to load the system library
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