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Tomcat not starting from eclipse

 
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Hi,

This is my first message to this group.I am thanking all the group moderators for providing such a wonderful group.

My problem is with eclipse and tomcat.It goes like this

I have installed eclipse sdk3.1.1 and have tomcat-preconfigured5.5.9 .I have installed sysdeo plugin 3.0 into plugins of eclipse plugins directory.And after configuration of eclipse when i am trying to start tomcat from eclipse its not getting started...even its not giving any type of msg in console...where might be the problem..is there any problem with the compatibility of versions..

But when i go to start.bat of tomcat dir its starting .But from eclipse its not getting started..Is that some thing depends on order of installation..First i installed j2sdk1.4.2_09 then eclipse,then tomcat,then plugin i added..

Does sysdeo plugin does not support tomcat5.5 and eclipse3.1..Please some one help reg this

Once again my thanks to all.I am sorry if i posted some where in wrong place

karthik
 
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Moving to the IDE's forum.
 
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Could be that you need Java 1.5 or J2SE 5 as by the documentation:

Java location: The installer will use the registry or the JAVA_HOME environment variable to determine the base path of a J2SE 5 JRE.

I have two Javas installed. One 1.4 for the OS (Mac) and Eclipse IDE and 1.5 for Tomcat. I just tell Tomcat to run from the 1.5 with the JAVA_HOME setting or a configuration setting in Eclipse.
 
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