Netbeans 8.2 will not start Tomcat 8.5

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Netbeans 8.2 will not start Tomcat 8.5

spud_chance
I am using NetBeans IDE 8.2 and Tomcat 8.5. I can run Tomcat externally from a DOS command prompt and it starts up and stays running. I cannot start Tomcat from Netbeans. I get a "Starting of Tomcat failed" error message. There are no log files created. If I have already started Tomcat from the DOS command prompt and then try to start it from Netbeans I get "Starting of Tomcat failed, the server port 8080 is already in use" which is expected (that tells me it is at least attempting to process my command to start Tomcat). I have tried every suggestion I can find on the internet.




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Re: Netbeans 8.2 will not start Tomcat 8.5

markwade
There should be two tabs in the output window when you try to start
Tomcat, probably labeled "Apache Tomcat 8.5 Log" and "Apache Tomcat
8.5".  The log tab will often be empty but the other will display the
progress of server startup and any exceptions that might occur.  There
should be something there pointing to the problem.


On 02/14/2017 02:14 PM, spud_chance wrote:
> I am using NetBeans IDE 8.2 and Tomcat 8.5. I can run Tomcat externally from a DOS command prompt and it starts up and stays running. I cannot start Tomcat from Netbeans. I get a "Starting of Tomcat failed" error message. There are no log files created. If I have already started Tomcat from the DOS command prompt and then try to start it from Netbeans I get "Starting of Tomcat failed, the server port 8080 is already in use" which is expected (that tells me it is at least attempting to process my command to start Tomcat). I have tried every suggestion I can find on the internet.
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Re: Netbeans 8.2 will not start Tomcat 8.5

Netinho Teixeira
In Options, on tab General, at Proxy Settings, choose "No Proxy".  Restart NetBeans and try to start Tomcat again.

Good luck!


2017-02-16 11:24 GMT-02:00 Mark Wade <[hidden email]>:
There should be two tabs in the output window when you try to start Tomcat, probably labeled "Apache Tomcat 8.5 Log" and "Apache Tomcat 8.5".  The log tab will often be empty but the other will display the progress of server startup and any exceptions that might occur.  There should be something there pointing to the problem.



On 02/14/2017 02:14 PM, spud_chance wrote:
I am using NetBeans IDE 8.2 and Tomcat 8.5. I can run Tomcat externally from a DOS command prompt and it starts up and stays running. I cannot start Tomcat from Netbeans. I get a "Starting of Tomcat failed" error message. There are no log files created. If I have already started Tomcat from the DOS command prompt and then try to start it from Netbeans I get "Starting of Tomcat failed, the server port 8080 is already in use" which is expected (that tells me it is at least attempting to process my command to start Tomcat). I have tried every suggestion I can find on the internet.









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