Re: Eclipse and Tomcat

Lew <>
Wed, 14 Apr 2010 19:53:33 -0400
Rhino wrote:

Can anyone advise me on the best plugin to use to integrate current
versions of Tomcat and Eclipse?

markspace wrote:

I don't use Eclipse, but AFAIK all that stuff is integrated into Eclipse
and NetBeans now. No more need for plug-ins anymore, just make a "JEE"
project and go.

While better than it used to be, Eclipse still suffers from multi-versionosis.
  You have to hunt around the site a little to get a fully Java EE-enabled
version, but it's there.

As with NetBeans, you might have to "activate" some features
post-installation. Both IDEs tend to activate features when you first call
for them, but I've found it necessary sometimes to dig through the preference
menus and give that a nudge.

Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers (189 MB)
"Download eclipse-jee-galileo-SR2-linux-gtk-x86_64.tar.gz from:"
[mirror link provided here]

As for integration with Tomcat, all you have to do is use the "add server"
capability to tell it where your Tomcat installation lives.


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