|Re: Cannot Install New Tomcat 7 Server After Removing It [message #1069311 is a reply to message #1068066]
||Mon, 15 July 2013 16:39
| Kevin Schulke
Registered: July 2013
Larry Isaacs wrote on Thu, 11 July 2013 17:45|
On 7/10/2013 9:23 AM, Kevin Schulke wrote:
> I am experiencing a problem with adding a New Tomcat 7 Server with
> Eclipse Kepler after removing a Tomcat 7 Server instance. I am using
> Kepler Build:20130614-0229 running on Fedora 18. I executed these steps
> to create new Server in Eclipse after removing a prior instance:
> 1. Click Server tab
> 2. Click link to create new server
> 3. Highlight Tomcat v7.0 Server
> Server host name is set to localhost
> Server name is blank
> Next> button is not active. Only Cancel button is available.
> If I selected Tomcat v6.0 Server, the server host name is localhost and
> server name is populated. Next> button is active.
> I was able to add the Tomcat 6 instance successfully using these steps.
> However, I noticed that cannot add a second instance of Tomcat 6. I
> experience the same issue when trying to add a Tomcat 7 instance.
> I attempted to correct this issue by applying a fix that worked in Juno:
> 1. Close Eclipse
> 2. In
> delete the following two files:
> 3. Restart Eclipse
> But, this fix did not work.
> Any suggestions on how to get this working again properly?
Is the Tomcat 7 being used a Tomcat installed by Fedora or a binary
download from tomcat.apache.org? If installed by Fedora, do you
encounter this behavior with a binary download of Tomcat?
Also, is there anything related in the Error Log view?
I am using the binary downloaded from Apache. I installed both version 6 and 7 into the /opt directory.
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