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Iin this video, we’ll examine some of the steps that happened when Spring Boot started up.
12 Comments on "Spring Boot Quick Start 10 – Spring Boot startup steps"
Okay, I faced the same problem, Embedded Tomcat did not start. Logs Suggested: Add an implementation, such as Hibernate Validator, to the classpath.
So that's what I did, added below dependency to my pom.xml
<!– mvnrepository.com/artifact/org.hibernate/hibernate-validator –> <dependency> <groupId>org.hibernate</groupId> <artifactId>hibernate-validator</artifactId> <version>5.3.0.Final</version> </dependency>
It finally worked!!!!!
My tc server did not start automatically. There is no localhost port number. Please provide proper instructions on how to configure and start a tc server.
"Did you download tomcat? You did not"Me: after spending 3 hours downloading and fixing errors on tomcat uhm….yeaaah sure….
Thank you sir so much
Hi koushik can you please explain port number of tomcat in spring boot because my oracle has already linked with 8080 port
Just inject : server.port=<port n°> in your application.properties and you will have tomcat running on the new <port n°>
Thanks lot.Superb explanation of everything.
Hi Kaushik,I am learning spring boot from your tutorials. I am now working on activiti workflow engine using spring boot. Can you please upload tutorials on this topic? None of the tutorials are as explanatory as yours are.
Thanks Kaushik for making these tutorials. I have a doubt and I hope most of us running it on production will have same. If the spring boot application starts its own apache tomcat server, then do we require a separate server for each spring boot application we develop?
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