|Re: Creating first web application [message #213313]
||Tue, 06 May 2008 13:37
Originally posted by: eclipse-news.rizzoweb.com|
You should take that the tutorial you're using is over 3 years old and
the Web Tools Project (WTP) has evolved quite a bit in that time. The
staleness of that tutorial is likely the cause of most of your
confusion. I am copying this thread over to the WTP newsgroup in hopes
that the people there can provide you some guidance.
> Hello Group,
> I am in the middle of creating my first web application using eclipse.
> 1. I am working on RHEL 4.6. And to avoid downloading different plugins
> I downloaded the latest eclipse J2EE version. I am building my
> application on this eclipse.
> 2. I have downloaded my tocat 6.0 and it is installed in ~/tomcat.
> Independently I have created web application and ran them on this tomcat.
> 3. I followed the steps in the following URL
> http://www.eclipse.org/webtools/community/tutorials/BuildJ2E EWebApp/BuildJ2EEWebApp.html
> I noticed some of the windows depicted in this tutorial do not match
> with my creation of application.
> 4. For example I could not mention the superclass of my Snoop Servlet.
> the Superclass "Textfield" was just not there.
> 5. Also the package "textfield" was also not there so I could not
> mention the package directory as "org.eclipse.wtp.tutorial."
> 6. I would like to mention my local package. How could I do that?
> 7. Where should I mention the super class of my first servlet and how do
> I make aware eclipse of that location i.e. javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet
> 8. There is no direction how to compile the code in the tutorial.
> 9. My other application were residing in
> ~/tomcat/webapps/<applications>. However, this application is being
> created in an independent directory belonging to eclipse i.e.
> ~/workspace. How do I reconcile these two different directories.
> I know the answers to these questions will be easy for a person who has
> written his first servlet. However I am stuck here.
> I need to show it to my boss asap. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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