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tomcat failed to start

Open the Servers Tab from Windows → Show View → Servers menu

Right click on the server and delete it

Create a new server by going New → Server on Server Tab

Click on "Configure runtime environments…" link

Select the Apache Tomcat v7.0 server and remove it. This will remove the Tomcat server configuration. This is where many people do mistake – they remove the server but do not remove the Runtime environment.

Click on OK and exit the screen above now.

From the screen below, choose Apache Tomcat v7.0 server and click on next button.

Browse to Tomcat Installation Directory

Click on Next and choose which project you would like to deploy:

Click on Finish after Adding your project

Now launch your server. This will fix your Server timeout or any issues with old server configuration. This solution can also be used to fix “port update not being taking place” issues.
Posted by: Guest on October-14-2021

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