Tomcat Monitor
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GUI server monitor tool for Tomcat.   Free
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Tomcat Monitor is a simple GUI server monitoring tool for Jakarta Tomcat by Apache. It shows the current server state (running or not) both graphically and textually, both in a window, and in the dock icon. It also has start, stop, and reset buttons (and dock menu items) for the server - these just execute the startup.sh and shutdown.sh scripts in the bin directory of the Tomcat installation.

If Tomcat is running, the cat icon will be right side up. If it's not running, it will be upside down.

This program may be handy to people who are learning how to use Tomcat for Java
What's New
Version 0.11 Now works with Mac OS X 10.3 and higher.
Requirements
PPC, Mac OS X 10.2 or later, Tomcat 4.1.27 (may work with other versions).






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Downloads:3,740
Version Downloads:2,465
Type:Internet : Servers
License:Free
Date:23 Dec 2003
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Tomcat Monitor is a simple GUI server monitoring tool for Jakarta Tomcat by Apache. It shows the current server state (running or not) both graphically and textually, both in a window, and in the dock icon. It also has start, stop, and reset buttons (and dock menu items) for the server - these just execute the startup.sh and shutdown.sh scripts in the bin directory of the Tomcat installation.

If Tomcat is running, the cat icon will be right side up. If it's not running, it will be upside down.

This program may be handy to people who are learning how to use Tomcat for Java Servelets or JSP. Sometimes it's easier to start/stop the server from the dock menu than from a terminal window.


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