Sure enough, as soon as I did, everything was fine. Sorry for wasting your time if this
was already in your integration guide somewhere that I had missed.
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>>> Jason Child 11/09/2015 1:46 PM >>>
Hi There, I am trying to use Java Service Wrapper for windows version:
"Java Service Wrapper Community Edition 32-bit 3.5.27"
OS: Windows 7 Professional Service Pack 1 (64-bit)
I have a 32 bit version of jdk 1.7 installed (C:\Development\Java\jdk1.7.0_80).
And am running Tomcat 7 (C:\Development\Tomcat). I have modified all the scripts,
copied the relevant jar's and .dll and updated the wrapper.conf file as necessary for my environment
as per your integration guide, however I am encountering the following line the resulting wrapper.log file
after successfully installing the service and then starting it for the first time:
INFO | jvm 1 | 2015/09/11 12:09:25 | WrapperStartStopApp Error: Class org.apache.catalina.startup.Bootstrap found but could not be initialized: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: Could not initialize class org.apache.catalina.startup.Bootstrap
I have attached a copy of my wrapper.conf file as well as the resulting wrapper.log file (with debug enabled)
for better inspection. The bootstrap.jar file does reside in C:\Development\Tomcat\bin as referenced by
the wrapper.conf line "wrapper.java.classpath.2=C:\Development\Tomcat\bin\bootstrap.jar". As you can
see the class is found... but can't be initialized due to no class def found error which I find a bit odd. How
can the class be found, but have a no class def found error?
I have read the integration guide, FAQ and troubleshooting guides but can not find any further information
relating to my issue. I appreciate any support that you can provide.