Tim Holloway wrote:
Abhimanyu Rathore wrote:Yeah Tim, i am running tomcat in eclipse
Am i doing something wrong..
You are probably using WTP, the abominable plugin that comes with J2EE Eclipse. The reason why I call it abominable is precisely because it does things like this.
WTP isn't using your edited server.xml, it's using an imperfect copy made of selected files in the Tomcat conf directory and it's not very clever about detecting when you have made changes to the originals. Which is why I install the sysdeo Tomcat plugin and use it instead of the WTP extensions.
Assuming, however, that you won't be installing sysdeo just to fix your SSL problem, you're going to have to give the Eclipse tomcat setting a good swift kick in order to get WTP to pull in your server.xml mods for SSL.
The best place to get help on that is probably the Eclipse forum.
Tim Holloway wrote:Normally the first question we ask is whether there's a firewall allowance for port 8443. In the case of localhost access, however, that's usually not a problem.
The next thing to check is the Tomcat logs, especially the catalina.out file. If the SSL Connector failed to configure, there is usually information there.
arulk pillai wrote:If you know some Java and SQL, you can try for entry level development roles.
Abhimanyu Rathore wrote:I am working on ubuntu 11.10 with eclipse 3.7 and "GWT-sdk-plugin & GWT-UI-Designer plugin" installed in it..
Its working fine with gwt-plugin.. BUT not with GWT-UI-designer plugin in design-mode..
For the first time when i installed GWT UI designer plugin from google it worked fine with everything..
But now after restarting eclipse its throwing this error in design-mode as.... "Cant create SWT Browser"
Any help will be appreciated
P.S. - Please help me with xulrunner, i dont know what to do with it..
Kumar Raja wrote:Spell check... its getAttribute() not getAttritbute()
Luke Kolin wrote:
Abhimanyu Rathore wrote:Are you trying to say that, the set of skills/knowledge required (from an entry-level-java-developer) is always dependent on the "project" they are assigned to and there are no specific skill-set required in General(from every entry-level-java-developer)
For entry-level? Skills are irrelevant. Aptitude is everything.