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failing to run the jsp files

 
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Hello everyone,
Now this is a cause of headache for me. I am using eclipse for j2ee developers, latest edition. I am reading head first servlets and jsp but i can not run the jsp file with eclipse. Can anyone give an example how to write jsp file, how to configure it with server, what are the server it requires to run, how to configure them manually and by using eclipse, how i can deploy and develop an webisite with servlet and jsp.

I am trying to install apache tomcat v 6 with eclipse. But can not because it throws errors.

That's a really cause of headache for me.

Please help.

Thanking you
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your eclipse have jee plugin? I would use Ganymede eclipse .

I google for a tutorial . i got this. is it help you?
 
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Please be sure to ask Eclipse questions in the IDEs forum. I have moved this post there for you.
 
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seetharaman venkatasamy wrote:your eclipse have jee plugin? I would use Ganymede eclipse .

I google for a tutorial . i got this. is it help you?


Why the Ganymede version? I'm using the Galileo version for JEE Developers, and it provides all the web application development tools and integrates with the application server (I'm using JBoss, but I see several listed). My Eclipse version is 3.5.1.
 
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