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How to run servlet in JBuilder 9.0 Personal?

 
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Hi,I have problem to run servlet using Tomcat under JBuilder Personal?Any help?Thanks
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I assume you would want this in order to debug your servlet.
1. Compile your classes using the debug option
2. Make sure Tomcat's jar is in your classpath in Jbuilder.
3. Configure a run item for starting Tomcat. It may be available in the script that usually launches Tomcat. These go into the VM parameters section of the run configuration.
4. Start Tomcat in JBuilder in debug mode.
5. Hit your servlet in a browser (or however you usually do).
Keep the rest of the servlet deployment same.
I run WebLogic 7.1 in JBuilder 5 Enterprise. Let know if this helps.
 
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