New Eclipse Ide

Written by Nam Ha Minh
Last Updated on 05 August 2019 Print Email
Tomcat is a popular web server and Java servlet container, and Eclipse is the most widely used IDE for Java development. Therefore, these two programs are usually used together in Java EE development. Though Eclipse has great support for working with Tomcat, it does not include this server in its installation package, so we have to add Tomcat manually. In this article, we describe the steps to bring Tomcat to Eclipse IDE.Basically, there are two ways to add an installation of Tomcat in Eclipse:
    • Way #1: You already installed Tomcat on your computer, and just add it in Eclipse.
    • Way #2: There is no Tomcat installation exists, so you can download and install Tomcat from within the IDE.
Now, let’s go through each way in details.

1. Adding an existing installation of Tomcat

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  3. In Eclipse IDE, go to menu Window Preferences. Then expand the Server Runtime Environments node in the Preferences dialog: Click Add to add a new server runtime environment.
In Eclipse IDE, go to menu Window > Preferences. Then expand the Server > Runtime Environments node in the

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Preferences dialog:Click Add… to add a new server runtime environment. In the New Server Runtime Environment dialog, select Apache > Apache Tomcat v7.0 (the latest version of Tomcat to date) and check the option Create a new local server:Click Next. In the next screen, click the Browse button to specify the existing installation directory of Tomcat on your computer:

Click Finish, the selected Tomcat installation is added to the list of server runtime environments, as shown below:Click OK to close the Preferences dialog, the new server runtime is added to the

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2. Download and install Tomcat within Eclipse

In this way, we can choose to download and install a specific version of Tomcat if one does not exist on local computer. Follow the first two steps as above. Then, instead of specifying an existing installation directory of Tomcat, type the path of the installation directory in the Tomcat installation directory field, and click the Download and Install… button:The Download and Install dialog appears:Make sure the option “I accept the terms of the license agreement” is selected, and click FinishNew Eclipse Ide. Then Eclipse asks to select Tomcat installation directory (the specified path is selected by default), click OK.Wait for some minutes while Eclipse is downloading and installing Tomcat (you can notice the progress in Eclipse’s status bar), and then click Finish.

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Nam Ha Minh is certified Java programmer (SCJP and SCWCD). He started programming with Java in the time of Java 1.4 and has been falling in love with Java since then. Make friend with him on Facebook and watch his Java videos you YouTube.

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