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How to for Tomcat, Eclipse, Sysdeo

Richard Golebiowski
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I have been trying to get Sysdeo and keep running into problems. My latest is this, I have a test app in Eclipse set to launch with Sysdeo but I am getting the following error message:



What is the correct way to configure Tomcat, Eclipse and Sysdeo to work together?
Peter Johnson
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Moving to the IDE forum...


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David Newton
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Does it exist and is it readable (and probably writable as well) by the user you're running Eclipse under?
Richard Golebiowski
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As it turns out, there was a context definition file called ROOT.xml. I deleted the file and that fixed the problem. My test app runs just fine!
 
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