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Lars Vogel

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Recent posts by Lars Vogel

Did you try the solultions from the link I posted?
10 years ago
You find an example how to read an URL here: Android Networking
10 years ago
Here you find an Android Tutorial for Eclipse based on Android 2.3 (Gingerbread). I hope this helps.
10 years ago
In most cases cleaning the project should fix the issue, please see Fixing Issues with the Android SDK for details.
10 years ago
Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) is now out and this contains supports for tablets.
10 years ago
Starting Eclipse with -clean worked for me.

I have summerized how to analyse the problem in a small blog entry which can be found here:

Apache Tomcat 6.0 Server Unable to Start.
11 years ago
Thanks. So a "real" full installation is required (Eclipse + Tomcat). I think that is a little bit to extreme. I'll try to work on this issue with my friends from Eclipse and hope that we find a simpler solution.

But thank you for advice; I'll try your suggestion. In case I find a simpler solution I'll post it to this thread.
11 years ago
Unfortunately re-installing Tomcat in Eclipse did not work for me.
11 years ago
Eclipse WTP is the Web Tool Platform project of Eclipse which provides the JEE development functionality, e.g. for servlet development etc. You find a description of the installation procedure in the link I posted.
11 years ago
Check out the following thread on the Eclipse forums there the same problem is discussed: http://www.eclipse.org/forums/index.php?t=msg&goto=511764&
11 years ago
Hello,

if you want to use Eclipse I recommend to use Eclipse WTP to develop JEE. This tutorial gives an introduction to Eclipse and Webdevelopment so it might be a good start for you: http://www.vogella.de/articles/EclipseWTP/article.html

Cheers, Lars
11 years ago
I personally use Eclipse subversion. The installation is described here: http://www.vogella.de/articles/EclipseSubversive/article.html
Hello,

thanks this discussion was helpful. Based on your discussion I have created a little summary and a JUnit test which can be found here:
http://www.vogella.de/articles/JavaAlgorithmsPartitionCollection/article.html

I did include this discussion as the source of information in the article.

Thanks again, Lars
11 years ago