Tomcat Configuration Application

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From Windows: Start > All Programs > Team Server x.x > Configure Tomcat Service

You can use the Tomcat Configuration Application to start, stop and restart the Team Server server, and to change configuration parameters such as the amount of memory assigned to the Team Server server.

After you perform any change in this configuration application, click OK to apply the changes and close the dialog. You can click Apply to apply your changes immediately without closing the Tomcat Configuration Application, or Cancel to exit the configuration application without saving any change that you did not apply yet.

The Tomcat Configuration Application provides the following tabs:

General Tab

On the General tab you can access the following items:

Item Description

Service Name

The name of the Team Server system service. You cannot change this name.

Display Name

The display name of the Team Server system service.

Description

A description of the Team Server system service.

Path to executable

Path to the executable that starts the service.

Startup type

Use this combo box to choose how to start Team Server up. You can select any of the following options:

  • Automatic. Windows starts the service automatically when the system starts.
  • Manual. Windows only starts the service when another service needs it, or if you start the service manually.
  • Disabled. Windows disables starting the service. You cannot start the service, not even manually.

Service Status

Indicates whether Team Server is running ("Started") or not ("Stopped").

Start
(only when Team Server is stopped)

Starts the Team Server system service.

Stop
(only when Team Server is running)

Stops the Team Server system service.

Pause

Pauses the Team Server system service.

Restart

Restarts the Team Server system services.

Log On Tab

On the Log On tab you can choose which account you want to use when you start the Team Server system service.

To use a local system account, check "Local System account" and optionally check "Allow service to interact with desktop" if you need to be able to interact with the Team Server system service from a graphical application.

If you want to use a custom user account for the Team Server system service, check "This account" instead, and enter a custom username and a password.

Logging Tab

On the Logging tab you can access the following items:

Item Description

Level

Team Server only logs messages that have the level of severity specified here. By default, Team Server logs only information messages.

Log path

Path to the folder where logs are saved.

Log prefix

Prefix of the Team Server system service log files.

The name of the resulting log file is <prefix>.<year>-<month>-<day>.log . For example: mylog-2019-05-20.log .

Pid file

If you specify here the path to a file, Team Server stores its process identifier in that file.

Redirect Stdout

Where to redirect the standard output.

Enter "auto" to use the default value, or click the ... button to select a file to write the output.

Redirect Stderror

Where to redirect the standard error output.

Enter "auto" to use the default value, or click the ... button to select a file to write the output.

Java Tab

On the Java tab you can access the following items:

Item Description

Use default

Check this option to use the default Java Virtual Machine.

Java Virtual Machine

Path to the Java Virtual Machine.

Java Classpath

List of locations to look for Java classes and packages.

Java Options

Additional startup options to use when Team Server starts the Java Virtual Machine.

Initial memory pool

The initial amount of memory that Team Server uses, in MB.

Maximum memory pool

The maximum amount of memory that you allow Team Server to use, in MB.

Note: The Java Virtual Machine cannot use more than 1.5 GB of memory.

Thread stack size

Maximum size of the thread stack, in KB.

Startup Tab

On the Startup tab you can access the following items:

Item Description

Class

Main Java class to start Team Server.

Image
(only in exe mode)

Image to start Team Server.

Working Path

Working path to start Team Server. Team Server relative paths are relative to this path.

Method

Method to invoke on start.

Arguments

Arguments to include on the start command.

Timeout

Maximum startup time, in seconds. If the startup take more time, it automatically fails.

Mode

How to start Team Server.

You can choose any of the following modes:

  • exe. Use a Windows executable to start Team Server.
  • jvm. Use the Java Virtual Machine to start Team Server.
  • Java. Use the Java executable to start Team Server.

Shutdown Tab

On the Shutdown tab you can access the following items:

Item Description

Class

Main Java class to shutdown Team Server.

Image
(only in exe mode)

Image to shutdown Team Server.

Working Path

Working path to shutdown Team Server. Team Server relative paths are relative to this path.

Method

Method to invoke on shutdown.

Arguments

Arguments to include on the shutdown command.

Timeout

Maximum shutdown time, in seconds. If the shutdown take more time, it automatically fails.

Mode

How to shutdown Team Server.

You can choose any of the following modes:

  • exe. Use a Windows executable to shutdown Team Server.
  • jvm. Use the Java Virtual Machine to shutdown Team Server.
  • Java. Use the Java executable to shutdown Team Server.

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