If you are using any IDE, it might be a good idea to integrate Tomcat with it. That way, you can run your server code in a debugger, set breakpoints and in general figure out what's going on.
The actual integration would depend on the type of IDE. You can ask google for the details.
thanks for your suggestions... i have netbeans 6.7 IDE... i am not able to find proper site/tutorial where they gave details of using tomcat server on netbeans IDE and running a servlet.. i am pretty confused, as there are many but not one matching netbeans 6.7... and any time i try.. i cannot set up the catalina home address... can someone please provide me a link to a tutorial to set up webserver and use it?
Well you can use Eclipse! If you do, get Eclipse Ganymede package, Galileo package is still in the bug filled stage and also consumes a lot of memory! Very nice IDE with lots of plug-ins and customizations!
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