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Running JSP on Eclipse

 
AnilPrakash Raju
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Hi,
I am new in using eclipse. What should i do to develop/test JSPs on eclipse? What should i download( plugins, tomcat etc)? I used JBuilder before and Jbuilder handled everything.

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Anil
 
Gerardo Tasistro
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I use Eclipse, Tomcat 5.5 and MyEclipse (www.myeclipseide.com)
 
AnilPrakash Raju
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Thanks Gerardo. I looked at MyEclipse,but i need to purchase it. Is there any plugins for free?

Also how do you connect to tomcat?

thanks
Anil
 
Jeanne Boyarsky
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For free, take a look at Lomboz or WTP. This thread contains some more details.
 
Gerardo Tasistro
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Originally posted by AnilPrakash Raju:
Thanks Gerardo. I looked at MyEclipse,but i need to purchase it. Is there any plugins for free?

Also how do you connect to tomcat?

thanks
Anil


At about 30 dollars it is worth the cost. Download the trial version and give it a try. MyEclipse handles all the deploytment for me (WAR as well as expanded form).
 
Reid M. Pinchback
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I've used WTP 1.0 and it works fine. If you want to use it, I'd suggest you grab the download that merges Eclipse and WTP together. I didn't have much luck adding WTP to an existing Eclipse installation. Just go through the WTP tutorial for a simple webapp to get started.
 
David O'Meara
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Ditto, I had to download their version of eclipse including WTP. Nice tool, we use it to visually test web services from the WSDL using their graphical interface.
 
Perumal Kasi
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Hi,
You can use exadel studio plugin(http://box.exadel.com/exadelproducts/app_products.process.main.start?_action=products).This is a open source.
 
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