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Tomcat server add on the device

Hi Folks,

Can anyone tell me the exact location of the jscpout.txt file so that i can check

whether the Tomcat server add on has been successfully installed or not.

Can you please clarify :

I have downloaded the tomcat addon from the sapnote 1009703 but it is a zipfile.

I am looking for the file MAP70_WinCESetupTomcat_Tomcat.CAB file.

Though i have copied the add on to the device using Active sync.

The client installer has been created on my pc and again i try to

find the tomcat cab file but i can see only the txt file.

Can you suggest how to get the tomcat cab file and how to run on the device.

And the location of the jscpout.txt file so that i can check the tomcat

installation successful or not.

Thanks,

Aswini

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    Posted on Jul 16, 2007 at 04:06 AM

    Hi Aswini

    The jscpout.txt file is present in the root folder of the PDA (i.e directly under \ ). The tomcat addon that is attached to note 1009703 will only be zip fie and not a cab file since this needs to be installed only after you have successfully installed MAP70_WinCESetupTomcat_Tomcat.CAB which is nothing but the MI JSP client installer for PDA. So the steps are as below

    1. Install Creme JVM (Creme 3.27A)

    2. Install MAP70_WinCESetupTomcat_Tomcat.CAB.

    3. Sync to obtain a device id.

    4. Upload and assign tomcat addon to the device. The steps for this is mentioned in note 1009703 itself.

    Hope this helps.

    Best Regards

    Sivakumar

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