|Deploying to tomcat [message #640632]
||Mon, 22 November 2010 16:28
Registered: November 2010
I'm new to maven, and also I always felt like there's something I didn't get in eclipse, always a lot of problems to do something new, so don't be affraid of very basic answers.
I checked out my projects from subversion, and I'm able to build and package using :
pom.xml right-click > Run as > Maven package, this gives me a build successful
After installing a server in File > New > Server and giving the path to my Tomcat 6 on localhost,
I make a new Run configuration in pom.xml right-click > run as > Run configurations ... > select the server > Run
I get an error "java.lang.noclassdeffounderror: org/apache/catalina/startup/bootstrap"
I also try to run my app on tomcat without maven, but I first need to add facet "Dynamic web module" in the project properties. I do it like explained here : http://greatwebguy.com/programming/eclipse/make-eclipse-and- tomcat-play-nice-together/#comment-125
This screws my project structure : I get a WebContent folder, JAX-WS Web Services and plenty of exceptions in my code (probably validation stuff that didn't happen before)
Then I try to add my project to the server, but I get an exception that Tomcat6 only supports J2EE 1.2, 1.3, 1.4 and Jave EE 5 Web modules...
If I do mvn tomcat:run in a command prompt, it works fine (but installs a new tomcat).
I'm using Eclipse Helios.
How can I get maven to run my webapp in Tomcat ?
|Re: Deploying to tomcat [message #685790 is a reply to message #640632]
||Mon, 20 June 2011 05:25
| Vijay Karmani
Registered: June 2011
'Tomcat6 only supports J2EE 1.2, 1.3, 1.4 and Jave EE 5 Web modules' error has something to do with mismatch between the versions of Tomcat and Eclipse WTP. Please refer the link at www.javashiksha.com/development-environment/web-application-using-eclipse-maven-tomcat.html link. This link provides step by step guide to set up web application using Eclipse WTP, Maven and Tomcat. And step#13 within this link talks about the error that you've referred.
Please let me know if that does not help you.
[Updated on: Mon, 20 June 2011 05:59]
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