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Accessing the console with Mango as a Windows Service


  • Hi all,

    Probably a quickie for all you Windows Guru's out there.
    I am running 1.12.4 and have it running as a Windows service on XP. It now runs TOTALLY in the background,
    I mean TOTALLY! The console is nowhere to be found.
    Can anyone tell me how to see then console? I need to see what is going on.


  • You need to open up the window that shows your services running. I'm not sure about XP but on windows 7 just type in Services in the search box on the start menu. You'll see it in the list there.

    Joel.


  • Thanks for the reply Joel, but I can see the services window and see tomcat running, but I cannot see how to open the console.
    Any other ideas?


  • I'm not aware of a terminal window you can open. You just start and stop the service by right clicking on the service.

    Joel.


  • @JoelHaggar said:

    I'm not aware of a terminal window you can open. You just start and stop the service by right clicking on the service.

    Joel.

    I believe now I can access this information via the logs, which serves the purpose.

    H