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ApplicationResources.properties

Yuta Lolap
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Where can i find ApplicationResources.properties file in eclipse!!!

Specify folder name resources and press Finish.

Create a file ApplicationResources.properties under resources folder
above is what they are asking me to do.
Should i take an untitiled file and create it?
Peter Johnson
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Yes, create the resources directory, if it is not already in your project, and create a file named ApplicationResources.properties in that directory.


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Yuta Lolap
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Thanks! Also while startuing my server i am facing a lot of problems! First it was Port 8080 is busy then i deleted all the servers opened and then i started a new server (Apache Tomcat) and then i changed the port no to 8081. It still says that "Server Tomcat v7.0 Server at localhost failed to start! Can you please help me!
I am using Windows xp SP3. Is Apache Tomcat not compatible with it? I have two weeks to do a project but i am just not able to fix this issue!
Peter Johnson
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Tomcat runs just fine on Windows XP. When you start Tomcat, there should be a number of log lines written in the Console View in Eclipse. Copy and past all of those lines to the forum.

By the way, if you are getting a port conflict, then it means that there is some other application running on your PC that is using the required port. This page might help you locate and deal with that other application:
http://www.coderanch.com/t/553127/Tomcat/Port-Conflict
Another tool that page doesn't mention is TCPView from sysinternals.
 
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