|Re: All confused as in how to start [message #809094 is a reply to message #808951]
||Tue, 28 February 2012 13:24
| Russell Bateman
Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA
On 2012.02.28 3:15, Karen Goh wrote:|
> Dear forum members,
> It's my first time using Eclipse and I'm very lost.
> Basically, I am trying to learn about JSF and tomcat, using a archive file.
> After setting up the server environment using Tomcat 5.5, I create a
> file under dynamic web project and name the project.
> Then, I'm stuck.
> Should I import the archive file by right click on the Server or should
> I import it under the new dynamic web project, in order for me to see
> how the sample application run?
> Also, I'm stuck about the libraries. The instruction given was that
> there are some libraries that need to be added into existing Libs
> project. How do I do so?
> Hope some one can kindly advise me. The author did not leave any contact
> and I'm so keen to learn about how to use Tomcat with JSF and Hibernate
> Million thanks.
Here's a tutorial that covers exactly what you're looking for. It might
be more helpful than what you're talking about (although I can't guess
what that is). It starts with Eclipse, Tomcat, JSPs and servlets.
I hope that's not too basic for you (you said you're new).
Then, once that's under your belt, tackle the articles about JSF
including RichFaces, Facelets, templates, etc. under "Other Tutorials" at
When you have questions on how to use Eclipse, come to this forum (which
is what you've done). When you have questions more related to web tools
in Eclipse (using Tomcat with Eclipse, writing JSPs, JSF, web.xml, etc.)
you'll get the best help from the Eclipse web tools forum.
Best of luck.
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