Starting Apache Tomcat Server in Windows 7

This video tutorial demonstrates how to start the Apache Tomcat Server in Windows 7. There are two ways of starting the Apache Tomcat Server in Windows 7. The easiest way to start is from the Windows Programs and Monitor Tomcat and the next one is to start from the windows control panel services.  The video below describes these two ways of starting the Apache Tomcat Server in Windows 7.

Setting Path and Classpath for Java in Windows XP

This video demonstrates how to set path and classpath for Java in Windows XP. Setting the path and classpath for JDK and JRE is important for Java programs to compile and execute. This video tutorial describes what happens when the path and classpath are not set and how to set the path and classpath for JDK and JRE in Windows XP.

Setting Path and ClassPath for Java in Windows 7

This video demonstrates how to set path and classpath for Java in Windows 7. Setting the path and classpath for JDK and JRE is important for Java programs to compile and execute. This video tutorial describes what happens when the path and classpath are not set and how to set the path and classpath for JDK and JRE in Windows 7.

Setting Classpath for Apache Tomcat Server in Windows 7

This video demonstrates how to set Classpath for Apache Tomcat Server on Windows 7. Setting Classpath is important for Java Server Pages JSP or Java Servlets to run. The Servlet API is imported in Java Servlet or JSP programs, hence the path to this API has to be provided for the Java Servlet and JSP programs to compile and execute. This Servlet API is provided by the Apache Tomcat Server and the classpath to this has to be set in the system variables for proper execution.

Installing JPCap and WinPCap in Windows 7

This video demonstrates how to install JPCap and WinPCap on Windows 7. The JPCap and WinPCap are software or binary libraries which are used to capture network packets in real-time from the network interface. Windows 7 Operating System does not allow JPCap and WinPCap to directly access the network hardware interface of internal security reasons. This tutorial shows how to install JPCap and WinPCap on Windows 7 using a virtual machine.

Installing Apache Tomcat Server in Windows 7

This video tutorial describes how to install Apache Tomcat Server on Windows 7. The Apache Tomcat Server is needed to run Java Servlets and Java Server Pages (JSP) programs. This video also describes the process of how to download the Apache Tomcat Server. The Apache Tomcat Server can be installed in any drive on your system. But if you are running Windows 7 64-bit operating system, then it’s better to install Apache Tomcat Server on any drive other than the drive which has the operating system.

Checking Java Version in Windows 7 or XP

This video tutorial outlines the steps to check which version of Java is running in your Windows 7 or XP computer. More specifically which version of Java Software Development Kit, that is JSDK  and Java Runtime Environment JDK.  This is very helpful since some times we may get an error of class version mismatch. This happens when the version of JDK and JRE differs.

Running Java Server Pages (JSP) using Apache Tomcat Server in Windows 7

This video tutorial describes the process of running Java Server Pages or JSP programs using Apache Tomcat Server in Windows 7. This video does not describe how to write JSP programs, it only describes the process of running them. When Apache Tomcat Server is installed for the first time it does not contain the tools.jar file in its lib directory. This tools.jar file is needed to internally by the Apache Tomcat Server to compile any JSP file which can then be executed by the user.

Debugging Servlet Programs in Apache Tomcat Server in Windows 7

In this video, we will see how to debug Servlet programs in Apache Tomcat Server in Windows 7. This video only describes the debugging process of syntactic errors and not about the programming logic. This video also shows how to debug exceptions by using the Apache Tomcat Server in Command Prompt which outputs the details of the exception, if any and makes the task of debugging the servlet program much easier.