|Re: How to have a tomcat server added that is already running/started outside of eclipse? [message #971008 is a reply to message #970048]
||Sun, 04 November 2012 13:58
| Russell Bateman
Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA
On 11/04/2012 05:02 AM, Ray Litner wrote:|
> Is there a way to add a tomcat server that is already running outside of
> I have two running servers already one is service and one is a running
> on its own from cmdline.
> I would like to "run on server" with my code..but it appears eclipse
> will always to try to start the server on its own.
> I want to start and keep these running for other reasons outside of
> eclipse, but would love to simply point the running tomcats and have
> eclipse not need to start it.
> Thanks in advance!
Yes, you can use an existing, running Tomcat server and rig Eclipse to
deploy to it. This is, however, not a newcomers' forum question. Please
post in the Eclipse web tools forum instead.
I'm not going to answer you because I don't prefer to do debug this way
and have never myself done it, but I had a colleague who preferred to do
this, and I watched him cycle through edit-debug-correct, etc., so I
know it can be done. You'll likely encounter someone with knowledge in
the Eclipse web tools forum.
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