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The server does not support version 3.0 of the J2EE Web module specification.

 
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Hi all,

When I am trying to deploy my application on tomcat 6 ( i have jdk 1.6 ) in eclipse, it says following error,

"The server does not support version 3.0 of the J2EE Web module specification."

any idea ?

thanks
 
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Tomcat 6 supports the Servlet API 2.5, so it won't work. Tomcat 7, on the other hand, supports Servlet API 3.0. You may have to install JSTL 1.2 and JSF 2.0 separately, though. Or you can use a container that's guaranteed to support all of that out of the box, like GlassFish 3.
 
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