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Trying to set up a struts web project in Eclipse

 
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Hi,

I am trying to create a struts 2.0 project in Eclipse.
So that I can create and test a simple action.

I have done the following steps so far.

1. Created a dynamic web project.
2. Right clicked on the project
Clicked Properties
In Java Build Path clicked the Libraries tab
Clicked on Add External Jars and added the following struts jars:
struts2-core-2.0.11
xwork-2.0.4

Now where do I add the struts.xml file.
 
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I put mine directly under "Java Source" since I deploy it to the web-inf/classes directory on my server. But for the purposes of eclipse it shouldn't matter much since it isn't used for compilation.
 
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Hi Tom,

Thanks for the input.
I was asking that question cause I wanted to know the location from where eclipse will be able to find it when I run my application.
 
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Are you using a plug in to deploy to your application server? If so, what plug in?
 
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Hi Tom,

I am not using any plug in to deploy my application server.
I have added tomcat as my server through the server tab.
 
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Ok, I understand now. Unfortunately, I've never used the tomcat server adapter. You'll need eclipse to put it some place in your tomcat classpath. Putting it in web-inf/classes may do the trick.
 
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Hi Tom,

Thanks for the input.
Your help is really appreciated.
 
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