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LomBoz Version for ecplise 3.0.0

 
punna Kumar
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hi,
i am new to th ecplise , in my system i install ecplise 3.0.0, i want to work on j2ee project using ecplise ,plz tell which version of lomboz support the ecplise 3.0.0 plz


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Stefan Willi
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Hy Punna!
Actually, I work with Eclipse 3.0.1 and Lomboz 3.01 (the latest version).
But I am not happy with the lomboz's performance. If you open a lot of JSP's and close them, the uses memory will increase. Sometimes, Eclipse needs over 800 MB, after opening and closing JSP's.
So, im looking for Eclipse's Web Tools project...

Stefan
[ March 17, 2005: Message edited by: Stefan Willi ]
 
punna Kumar
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hi stfen ,
thanks for replay i ahve one more problem with ecplise , i hope u have soluation for this,

1)how to import existing project with ecplise,actually i create a new project and import my old project ,the problem is it's not compaile the java source it's compaile only jsp file any idea???



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Hi Punna!
Normaly, I didn't import a Project into another. I always copy the files to the right place.

The fact, why Eclipse dosn't compile your sources is that your source directory isn't marked as SRC-FOLDER. You should see a # on the directory icon.

To check your source folders, select the project in the navigator, right click => properties => build-path => source. There you can do the configuration of your source-folders. Please, make ensure, that your directory which contains your java-files is listed as source-folder.

stefan
 
punna Kumar
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hi,

thanks for u r information



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Punna
 
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