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Error received with Eclipse/Lomboz/Tomcat/MySQL

Mike Firkser
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Joined: Oct 21, 2003
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Yes, its a big title--not sure where it should go.

I'm using Eclipse with the Lomboz plug-in, Apache Tomcat 5.x with a MySql DB. While doing the sample web app on the tutorial at, I click "Debug Server" and I get:

Any hints on where I should start looking for problems?

Thanks in advance.

Mike Firkser
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Jeanne Boyarsky
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I'm not really sure where it should go either. I'll leave it here for now and we can always move it once the problem gets refined a bit.

Any ideas on what file it can't find?

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Mike Firkser
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I wish I knew, then I'd put it in the classpath. Port 3306 is being used by MySql.
I agree. Here's the link:
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