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Tomcat example source code file (startup.xml)

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The Tomcat startup.xml source code

<?xml version="1.0"?>
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<!DOCTYPE document [
  <!ENTITY project SYSTEM "project.xml">
<document url="startup.html">


    <author email="">Yoav Shapira


<section name="Server Startup">

This page describes how the Tomcat server starts up.  There are several
different ways to start tomcat, including:
  <li>From the command line.
  <li>From a Java program as an embedded server.
  <li>Automatically as a Windows service.

<subsection name="description">
A text description of the startup procedure is available
<a href="startup/serverStartup.txt">here.

<subsection name="diagram">
A UML sequence diagram of the startup procedure is available
<a href="startup/serverStartup.pdf">here.

<subsection name="comments">
The startup process can be customized in many ways, both
by modifying Tomcat code and by implementing your own
LifecycleListeners which are then registered in the server.xml
configuration file.




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