Commands to check if Tomcat is running on Application server:
>> Type "pdm_status" and look for tomcat controller Running computername 3948 Fri Dec 05 18:23:06
>> type "slstat and look for pdm_tomcat-computername 4 9 Fri Dec 05 18:23:06 2008
>> pdm_tomcat_nxd -c status The Tomcat application container was started on Fri Dec 05 18:24:34 GMT+05:30 2008
Commands to start and stop Tomcat from command line (check with pdm_tomcat_nxd -h):
>> pdm_tomcat_nxd -c stop or pdm_tomcat_nxd -c shutdown
>> pdm_tomcat_nxd -c start
Note: javaw.exe is the process for Tomcat, under Windows Task Manager.
Steps to set additional debugging for Tomcat:
>> To increase logging from the tomcat web servlet, set NX_PDMWEB_LOGLEVEL in nx.env to something between 2 and 5 (5 is the debug level of logging)
>> To increase logging in all Service Desk tomcat servlets, edit
log4j.rootCategory=debug, jsrvrlog >> recycle ServiceDesk service.
Note : $NX_ROOT is Servicedesk installation folder.
Location for tomcat logs:-