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Re: [m2e-users] Running a Maven webapp

Thanks, didn't know it existed. Is there any documentation?

Installed it. (By the way, there appear to be duplicate versions of it. If you go to in Eclipse, you'll see "Maven Integration for WTP" under both "Maven Integration for Eclipse Extras" and "Maven Integration for Eclipse WTP Integration". Two different version numbers. I pick the higher number, 0.11.).

Now I pick Run As/Run on Server, and I get:

Http Error 503
Problem accessing /testwebapp/. Reason:
Service Unavailable
powered by Jetty

It's not clear where to find the server logs to debug the problem. Any thoughts?

From: Fred Bricon <fbricon@xxxxxxxxx>
To: Maven Integration for Eclipse users mailing list <m2e-users@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wed, November 17, 2010 12:09:24 PM
Subject: Re: [m2e-users] Running a Maven webapp

Have you installed the m2eclipse integration for WTP plugin (aka m2eclipse-wtp) 0.11.0?
The update site is

Once installed, right click on your project and run Maven > Update Project Configuration


Fred Bricon

On Wed, Nov 17, 2010 at 6:51 PM, shef <shef31@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Using the latest version of m2eclipse, I created a new Maven project, picked the
"maven-archetype-webapp", and everything looks fine. Running "Maven package" off
the "Run As" menu creates a lovely .war file.

Now how do I run or debug the app?

Run As > Java Application does not work.

I installed WTP, but I can't seem to get Run As > Run On Server to work either.

I added:

to the POM, and now Run As / Maven Build... / Goals: jetty:run *does* work. But
debugging doesn't. When I set a breakpoint in a .jsp file I get a "source not
found" error.

There's got to be a standard way to run a webapp in Eclipse. What am I missing?

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