|Re: Server Error: No launchable Artifact could be found.. [message #168906 is a reply to message #167429]
||Wed, 10 May 2006 14:45
Originally posted by: dobedani.gmx.net|
Dear Christian, Nitin and others,
Besides Java Server Pages, I have static content which I would like to
access via my Tomcat 5.0 server when I am debugging (using port 8080). I
am using Eclipse version 3.1.1. I included my static content by means of a
linked folder and expected to be able to access it via Tomcat when
debugging. Unfortunately, I got this error: No launchable artifact could
be found ...
In fact, my web application is in a state of migration and some of the web
pages are served by a normal Apache web server on port 80, i.e. static
content as well as dynamic content originating from a CGI executable
(built in Delphi).
Where necessary - i.e. in only few pages - I switch ports during debug
application. Obviously, the static content is located under the root of my
web server and I definitely want to leave it there. I was hoping that when
I include a linked folder in my Eclipse project, I would be able to access
the static content also via Tomcat.
In fact, I am a new to Eclipse and I am already happy to have everything
else running as I require. I even tried to update my Eclipse by means of
the built-in Software Update Manager but I am still getting the same error!
Users of 3.1.2, please tell me, did you get this to work without this
error about "no launchable artifacts found"? TIA
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