|please answer some very basic webtools quesions! [message #181223]
||Mon, 09 October 2006 16:25
Originally posted by: rschumeyer.ieee.org|
I know I can go to the server view and start tomcat. A couple of
1) Should I be able to "see" tomcat from an external browser? If I
launch firefox and go to http://localhost:8080/ I get the 404 error.
Eclipse claims the server started, status="started", state="synchronized"
2) Every time I "run as"..."run on server" I get a popup window asking
about "update context root". Is this normal to get this window every time?
|Re: please answer some very basic webtools quesions! [message #181295 is a reply to message #181239]
||Tue, 10 October 2006 10:02
| Larry Isaacs
Registered: July 2009
At one point in time, that was the only UI way to alter the context-root |
specified for a project, see Bug 118727. It's still there offering
you a chance to change it "on the fly". To avoid it, just click Finish
before you get there.
Rick Schumeyer wrote:
> Thank you!
> I don't care if I get the "update context root" message as long as I
> know that everyone else gets it too.
> By the way, what exactly does it mean to "update context root"? What
> would happen if I unchecked the box?
> Konstantin Komissarchik wrote:
>> Your first question has been answered a few times in this forum. Take
>> a look at the following thread:
>> http://dev.eclipse.org/newslists/news.eclipse.webtools/msg12 103.html
>> It is expected behavior to get the popup "update context root" every
>> time you perform "run on server". Having said that, you should feel
>> free to open an enhancement request in bugzilla if you think that this
>> behavior is sub-optimal.
>> - Konstantin
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