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Installed Crowd Standalone not starting

Hello everyone!

I have some problem with 'start_crowd.bat'. I follow documentation, but Crowd not started. I use command panel with admin rules and write 'netstat -a', but i'm not looking '127.0.0.1:8095' or anyone service who listening '8095' port.

What's may be wrong?

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Hi Ilya,

Did you check if your Java Home is indeed filled in?

You can do this easily by going to the command line and executing echo JAVA_HOME.

If that doesn't return the location you would expect you can follow the steps detailed here to set you JAVA_HOME variable : http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2619584/how-to-set-java-home-on-windows-7

Best regards,

Peter

Thank's Peter and Jobin. I'm set JAVA_HOME in installed path Java and Tomcat with Crowd is starting.

Any error in the catalina logs? Do you have Java properly setup?

Folder logs is empty ({CROWD_INSTALL}\\apache-tomcat\logs).

Java has been installed with basic properties. Java version is 1.7.0_45.

Open a command window, navigate to the folder where start_crowd.bt resides and execute the batch file from command window. That should give some more details.

In command panel i look this:

JAVA_HOME "" contains spaces. Please change to a location without spaces if this

causes problems.

Neither the JAVA_HOME nor the JRE_HOME environment variable is defined

At least one of these environment variable is needed to run this program


But my java installed in "D:\ProgFiles\Java" and not have spaces ...

Folder logs is empty ({CROWD_INSTALL}\\apache-tomcat\logs).

Java has been installed with basic properties. Java version is 1.7.0_45.

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