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Eclipse Juno

vamsi acharya
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Hello folks, i have installed the latest Eclipse called Juno. Now i want to start a new Tomcat Server from it but i couldn't find the option, please help, Thanks!!


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Peter Johnson
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Sounds like you downloaded the wrong package. Make sure you get the packaged named "Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers" (it's the EE that is important!)


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vamsi acharya
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Peter Johnson wrote:Sounds like you downloaded the wrong package. Make sure you get the packaged named "Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers" (it's the EE that is important!)


Yes, you are right, Thanks !!
 
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