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Tharindu Dassanayake
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How can i install tomcat for Netbeans.?
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Welcome to JavaRanch.

In NetBeans, go to the Services tab (most likely on the left side of your screen). Right-click "Servers", select "Add Server...". There you can define a Tomcat server.

You can also find information about this on the NetBeans website or in the help of NetBeans.


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