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Update : 4th August, 2015 :

If you have done clean installation of Windows 10, you may not have the Word Wide Web Publishing Service. In that case, simple WAMP/XAMPP installation should work fine.

If it doesn't, try installing Visual C++ Redistributable and then re-install WAMP/XAMPP.

I was facing a similar problem with WAMP. In Windows 10 TP, the Word Wide Web Publishing Service comes pre-installed. This is related to IIS and you can remove it if you don't need it.

This blocks the port 80 making Apache act weirdly. You can do the following and try again.

  • Go to Start, type in services.msc

This should make port 80 free and restarting WAMP/XAMPP should get you up and running!

What if I don't have "World Wide Web Publishing Service" as a service listed?

The name of the service is W3SVC while the description is World Wide Web Publishing Service. I initially did not think I had the service because I was not seeing the service described when sorting by name.

Yea, I had this problem as well, it kept telling me "A process witha PID of 4 is using port 80" when I checked it, the process name was "System". I kept thinking I could mess up my PC if i tried stopping this process. But this worked perfectly. Thanks

For those outthere using the Uniform server Z (which is great!), I can confirm this working for that server too.

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Update : 4th August, 2015 :

If you have done clean installation of Windows 10, you may not have the Word Wide Web Publishing Service. In that case, simple WAMP/XAMPP installation should work fine.

If it doesn't, try installing Visual C++ Redistributable and then re-install WAMP/XAMPP.

I was facing a similar problem with WAMP. In Windows 10 TP, the Word Wide Web Publishing Service comes pre-installed. This is related to IIS and you can remove it if you don't need it.

This blocks the port 80 making Apache act weirdly. You can do the following and try again.

  • Go to Start, type in services.msc

This should make port 80 free and restarting WAMP/XAMPP should get you up and running!

What if I don't have "World Wide Web Publishing Service" as a service listed?

The name of the service is W3SVC while the description is World Wide Web Publishing Service. I initially did not think I had the service because I was not seeing the service described when sorting by name.

Yea, I had this problem as well, it kept telling me "A process witha PID of 4 is using port 80" when I checked it, the process name was "System". I kept thinking I could mess up my PC if i tried stopping this process. But this worked perfectly. Thanks

For those outthere using the Uniform server Z (which is great!), I can confirm this working for that server too.

php - XAMPP : Couldn't start Apache (Windows 10) - Stack Overflow

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I encountered the same issue after XAMPP v3.2.1 installation. I do not have Skype as most people would believe, however as a Software Developer I assumed port 80 is already in use by my other apps. So I changed it by simply using the XAMPP Control Panel:

Click on the 'Config' button corresponding to the APACHE service and choose the first option 'Apache (httpd.conf)'. In the document that opens (using any text editor - except MS Word!), locate the text:

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Apache POI Word - Installation

This chapter takes you through the process of setting up Apache POI on Windows and Linux based systems. Apache POI can be easily installed and integrated with your current Java environment, following a few simple steps without any complex setup procedures. User administration is required while installation.

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System Requirements

JDKMemoryDisk SpaceOperating System Version
Java SE 2 JDK 1.5 or above1 GB RAM (recommended)No minimum requirementWindows XP or above, Linux

Let us now proceed with the steps to install Apache POI.

First of all, you need to have Java Software Development Kit (SDK) installed on your system. To verify this, execute any of the two commands mentioned below, depending on the platform you are working on.

If the Java installation has been done properly, then it will display the current version and specification of your Java installation. A sample output is given in the following table:

Open command console and type:

\>java version

Java version "1.7.0_60"

Java (TM) SE Run Time Environment (build 1.7.0_60-b19)

Java Hotspot (TM) 64-bit Server VM (build 24.60-b09,mixed mode)

Open command terminal and type:

$java version

java version "1.7.0_25"

Open JDK Runtime Environment (rhel-2.3.10.4.el6_4-x86_64)

Open JDK 64-Bit Server VM (build 23.7-b01, mixed mode)

Set the environment variable JAVA_HOME to point to the base directory location where Java is installed on your machine. For example,

Append the full path of Java compiler location to the System Path.

PlatformDescription
WindowsAppend the String "C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.7.0_60\bin" to the end of the system variable PATH.
LinuxExport PATH=$PATH:$JAVA_HOME/bin/

Execute the command java - version from the command prompt as explained above.

Download the latest version of Apache POI from http://poi.apache.org/download.html and unzip its contents to a folder from where the required libraries can be linked to your Java program. Let us assume the files are collected in a folder on C drive.

The following images shows the directories and the file structure inside the downloaded folder:

Add the complete path of the five jars as highlighted in the above image to the CLASSPATH.

Append the following strings to the end of the user variable CLASSPATH:

C:\poi-3.9\poi-3.9-20121203.jar;

C:\poi-3.9\poi-ooxml-3.9-20121203.jar;

C:\poi-3.9\poi-ooxml-schemas-3.9-20121203.jar;

C:\poi-3.9\ooxml-lib\dom4j-1.6.1.jar;

C:\poi-3.9\ooxml-lib\xmlbeans-2.3.0.jar;.;

Linux

Export CLASSPATH=$CLASSPATH:

/usr/share/poi-3.9/poi-3.9-20121203.tar:

/usr/share/poi-3.9/poi-ooxml-schemas-3.9-20121203.tar:

/usr/share/poi-3.9/poi-ooxml-3.9-20121203.tar:

/usr/share/poi-3.9/ooxml-lib/dom4j-1.6.1.tar:

/usr/share/poi-3.9/ooxml-lib/xmlbeans-2.3.0.tar