2 Easy ways to set Environment variables in Linux

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Environment variables are the ‘strings’ that hold a value related to environment of operating system, which in turn can be used by different programs or processes. Most environment variables are automatically set up, while software is being installed. But in some scenarios, software developers and testers need to set environment variables manually, while working in development or testing environments. Setting up Path and Home variables for Java, Maven and Apache tomcat Catalina...
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Introduction to Apache Tomcat for Dummies

Apache Tomcat for Dummies by Testerlogic.com

Apache Tomcat is basically an open source web server application that executes Java servlets and renders web pages containing Java Server Page coding, thus providing a ‘purely Java’ environment for Java code to run. In simpler words, if you are using applications developed on top of Java technologies (JSP, Servlet) then Apache Tomcat is best choice for it. Following are some of the key points that you should know about...
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Guide to Configure NetBeans IDE for C++

NetBeans IDE for C++ MinGW Tester-Logic Guide

Recently in a project, I had to test some APIs using C++. To setup the testing environment, I did some R&D and decided to use NetBeans IDE for C++. Decision was based on many factors but mainly it was because of some project requirements. As we all know NetBeans is primarily a Java IDE, but it also has a very good support for C++ as well. In NetBeans, we can...
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