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Eclipse3.2.2 + Tomcat5.5

Debasmita Kundu
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Joined: Aug 17, 2007
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Earlier I had been using eclipse3.2 with tomcat 5.0.
In Eclipse,under Windows tab--->Preferences--->server---> installed runtimes,
I gave the tomcat location...then created a server instace which points to the above created runtime...n there by I was able to use tomcat with eclipse without any plugin....

But when I repeated the same steps with eclipse 3.2 n tomcat 5.5,It required
"sysdeo" plugin..It is wrking fine...

Wat could be the reason for this behaviour?
 
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