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Default startup.bat question

When execute Tomcat5/bin/startup.bat,it will appear a command window,all display information of Tomcat will appear in it.Is there a method which can put the display information in this command window into a TXT file? Because if tomcat or java raise fatal error,before I see the error display information of Tomcat in this command window,the command window has closed!!! Or is there a method which can keep the tomcat command window opening all time whether it raise so fatal error?

Any idea will be appreciated!

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