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latest version of web tools poject (wtp) [message #145159] Wed, 26 October 2005 08:24 Go to next message
plork123 is currently offline plork123
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What is the latest version and can someone give me a liink to download them?

I remember the first time i did this i ad to dowload all sorts of files and
change plugins etc. Is this still the case or does it come in one easy
downoad now

Thanks
Re: latest version of web tools poject (wtp) [message #145165 is a reply to message #145159] Wed, 26 October 2005 09:08 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: barenhoff.spot-media.de

plork123 wrote:
> What is the latest version and can someone give me a liink to download them?

v0.7.1:
http://download.eclipse.org/webtools/downloads/

or via the eclipse update manager. you can find it under the main
eclipse update site.

Markus
Re: latest version of web tools poject (wtp) [message #145169 is a reply to message #145165] Wed, 26 October 2005 09:31 Go to previous messageGo to next message
plork123 is currently offline plork123
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thanks

Is there a plugin so i can stop/start tomcat from the eclipse ide?




"Markus Barenhoff" <barenhoff@spot-media.de> wrote in message
news:djnh2r$pdo$1@news.eclipse.org...
> plork123 wrote:
>> What is the latest version and can someone give me a liink to download
>> them?
>
> v0.7.1:
> http://download.eclipse.org/webtools/downloads/
>
> or via the eclipse update manager. you can find it under the main
> eclipse update site.
>
> Markus
Re: latest version of web tools poject (wtp) [message #145172 is a reply to message #145169] Wed, 26 October 2005 09:43 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: Rafal.Krzewski.caltha.pl

plork123 wrote:
> Is there a plugin so i can stop/start tomcat from the eclipse ide?

There are quite a few, but from my experience it's faster and more
failure-proof to run tomcat as an ordinary application from within
Eclipse. You need to put tomcat's bootstrap.jar on the launch classpath,
pass -Dcatalina.home=<your tomcat instalation> as VM argument and
"start" (without the quotes) as application argument. You also need to
add relevant java projects in your workspace to the source lookup path.

This way you can start your application in normal or debug mode with a
single click, and just press stop button on the console window to kill it.

R.
Re: latest version of web tools poject (wtp) [message #145195 is a reply to message #145172] Wed, 26 October 2005 15:17 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Hi thanks for this

can you tell me where i find the launch classpath so i can put the
bootstrap.jar in there

many thanks


"Rafal Krzewski" <Rafal.Krzewski@caltha.pl> wrote in message
news:djnj3g$s67$1@news.eclipse.org...
> plork123 wrote:
>> Is there a plugin so i can stop/start tomcat from the eclipse ide?
>
> There are quite a few, but from my experience it's faster and more
> failure-proof to run tomcat as an ordinary application from within
> Eclipse. You need to put tomcat's bootstrap.jar on the launch classpath,
> pass -Dcatalina.home=<your tomcat instalation> as VM argument and "start"
> (without the quotes) as application argument. You also need to add
> relevant java projects in your workspace to the source lookup path.
>
> This way you can start your application in normal or debug mode with a
> single click, and just press stop button on the console window to kill it.
>
> R.
Re: latest version of web tools poject (wtp) [message #145216 is a reply to message #145195] Wed, 26 October 2005 21:07 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: brian.bonner.nospam.paraware.com

The WTP supports launching various app server implementations.
Geronimo, Tomcat, Websphere, etc. That's one of the features.

There were a bunch of screencasts on the eclipse site, but I couldn't
find them to give you the link. I googled for it and found:

http://www.eclipse.org/org/june05release/screencasts/6-webto olsBuildingWebApp/webtoolsBuildingWebApp.html

It's a *little* out of date, but it should work for you :)

Brian


plork123 wrote:
> Hi thanks for this
>
> can you tell me where i find the launch classpath so i can put the
> bootstrap.jar in there
>
> many thanks
>
>
> "Rafal Krzewski" <Rafal.Krzewski@caltha.pl> wrote in message
> news:djnj3g$s67$1@news.eclipse.org...
>> plork123 wrote:
>>> Is there a plugin so i can stop/start tomcat from the eclipse ide?
>> There are quite a few, but from my experience it's faster and more
>> failure-proof to run tomcat as an ordinary application from within
>> Eclipse. You need to put tomcat's bootstrap.jar on the launch classpath,
>> pass -Dcatalina.home=<your tomcat instalation> as VM argument and "start"
>> (without the quotes) as application argument. You also need to add
>> relevant java projects in your workspace to the source lookup path.
>>
>> This way you can start your application in normal or debug mode with a
>> single click, and just press stop button on the console window to kill it.
>>
>> R.
>
>
Re: latest version of web tools poject (wtp) [message #145349 is a reply to message #145216] Thu, 27 October 2005 09:59 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Hi thanks for the link

it doesn't show me how to set tomcat up though which is what i'm after

I'd like to set it up like Rafal said but can't find the place to do so




"Brian Bonner" <brian.bonner.nospam@paraware.com> wrote in message
news:djor6b$l75$1@news.eclipse.org...
> The WTP supports launching various app server implementations. Geronimo,
> Tomcat, Websphere, etc. That's one of the features.
>
> There were a bunch of screencasts on the eclipse site, but I couldn't find
> them to give you the link. I googled for it and found:
>
> http://www.eclipse.org/org/june05release/screencasts/6-webto olsBuildingWebApp/webtoolsBuildingWebApp.html
>
> It's a *little* out of date, but it should work for you :)
>
> Brian
>
>
> plork123 wrote:
>> Hi thanks for this
>>
>> can you tell me where i find the launch classpath so i can put the
>> bootstrap.jar in there
>>
>> many thanks
>>
>>
>> "Rafal Krzewski" <Rafal.Krzewski@caltha.pl> wrote in message
>> news:djnj3g$s67$1@news.eclipse.org...
>>> plork123 wrote:
>>>> Is there a plugin so i can stop/start tomcat from the eclipse ide?
>>> There are quite a few, but from my experience it's faster and more
>>> failure-proof to run tomcat as an ordinary application from within
>>> Eclipse. You need to put tomcat's bootstrap.jar on the launch classpath,
>>> pass -Dcatalina.home=<your tomcat instalation> as VM argument and
>>> "start" (without the quotes) as application argument. You also need to
>>> add relevant java projects in your workspace to the source lookup path.
>>>
>>> This way you can start your application in normal or debug mode with a
>>> single click, and just press stop button on the console window to kill
>>> it.
>>>
>>> R.
>>
Re: latest version of web tools poject (wtp) [message #145361 is a reply to message #145349] Thu, 27 October 2005 13:46 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: brian.bonner.nospam.paraware.com

Once you have it loaded you can go to Debug... (click on the arrow next
to the little bug icon) and then you can change settings there. Check
out the vm arguments page.

hth,
Brian
plork123 wrote:
> Hi thanks for the link
>
> it doesn't show me how to set tomcat up though which is what i'm after
>
> I'd like to set it up like Rafal said but can't find the place to do so
>
>
>
>
> "Brian Bonner" <brian.bonner.nospam@paraware.com> wrote in message
> news:djor6b$l75$1@news.eclipse.org...
>> The WTP supports launching various app server implementations. Geronimo,
>> Tomcat, Websphere, etc. That's one of the features.
>>
>> There were a bunch of screencasts on the eclipse site, but I couldn't find
>> them to give you the link. I googled for it and found:
>>
>> http://www.eclipse.org/org/june05release/screencasts/6-webto olsBuildingWebApp/webtoolsBuildingWebApp.html
>>
>> It's a *little* out of date, but it should work for you :)
>>
>> Brian
>>
>>
>> plork123 wrote:
>>> Hi thanks for this
>>>
>>> can you tell me where i find the launch classpath so i can put the
>>> bootstrap.jar in there
>>>
>>> many thanks
>>>
>>>
>>> "Rafal Krzewski" <Rafal.Krzewski@caltha.pl> wrote in message
>>> news:djnj3g$s67$1@news.eclipse.org...
>>>> plork123 wrote:
>>>>> Is there a plugin so i can stop/start tomcat from the eclipse ide?
>>>> There are quite a few, but from my experience it's faster and more
>>>> failure-proof to run tomcat as an ordinary application from within
>>>> Eclipse. You need to put tomcat's bootstrap.jar on the launch classpath,
>>>> pass -Dcatalina.home=<your tomcat instalation> as VM argument and
>>>> "start" (without the quotes) as application argument. You also need to
>>>> add relevant java projects in your workspace to the source lookup path.
>>>>
>>>> This way you can start your application in normal or debug mode with a
>>>> single click, and just press stop button on the console window to kill
>>>> it.
>>>>
>>>> R.
>
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