Moved to http://gridlab.dimes.unical.it/lackovic/eclipse-tomcat-ubuntu-jersey/
thank you very much.. this was very useful!
am not getting the ‘server’ option at Windows -> Preferences -> Server -> Runtime Environments;
help me please
go to help->install new software->all available sites and install web option’s web tool in platform by selecting WST Server Adapters.( ull get in one minites)
Great, thanks, I used this to get Tomcat 7 working with Eclipse on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, it worked perfectly.
Thank you for this great Guide. This is absolutely straightforward and it was easy to follow and repeat each step. It solved instantly my issues with connecting Eclipse to Tomcat using Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. In step 7 and 8 I got no errors, though I could not connect. After trying your terminal commands in step seven to eight it finally worked. Thanks again. =)
It was so helpfull & worked perfectly. thank you so much
Thanks a lot , but could you pleas eprovide, why do we need to set sudo chmod -R 777 /usr/share/tomcat7/conf for conf, is it security safety?
Awesome! I had trouble setting up tomcat7 in eclipse and your blog helped.
Thanx man, saved me alot of trouble
enter “/usr/share/tomcat7″ into the “Tomcat installation directory” field;
press Next;…after this i cant go with NEXT button…pls help me
I don’t understand what you mean with “I can’t go with NEXT button”. Please provide more details.
Log out and then log back in – worked for me.
thanks a lot!!worked perfect..
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Thanks so much, solved all my problems this post.
You saved my day! I was going crazy. Thank you very much!
Very good friend, after much work I found a post with a solution to my problems!
Thanks so much!! This helped me loads as I’m new to lynux and learning as I go
Thanks a lot! I spent an hour trying to configure the server on Eclipse. Your link approach worked. Cheers.
Thank you very much!
THANKS A LOT! Amazing tutorial!
thanks buddy,keep it up!!
This helped me a lot!!Thanks a lot!!!
thank you so much
This error keeps popping up each time I try to start the server from Eclipse: “Could not load the Tomcat server configura… …tion may be corrupt or incomplete”. I copied /etc/tomcat7 contents into the Eclipse’s Server’s configuration directory (the one usually in ~/workspace/Servers/Tomcat v7.0…..) and I make myself owner of /etc/tomcat7 and /usr/share/tomcat7 recursively. What am I missing? Thanks
I have updated the tutorial, try to follow it from the beginning and then let me know.
Hey, I am still getting the “Could not load the Tomcat server configuration at /usr/share/tomcat7/conf. The configuration may be corrupt or incomplete.
/usr/share/tomcat7/conf/catalina.policy (No such file or directory)” problem when I start the new server wizard. I have added my username to the tomcat7 group. Any thoughts?
some additionnal troubleshooting fixes can be found at http://directjump2java.blogspot.fr/2012/08/tomcat-7-and-eclipse-integration.html . Mainly deals with incomplete configuration of tomcat7 in Ubuntu (symlinks and chmod stuffs).
Hi, All the steps worked except the “press Finish” ]on step 9… Bummer. I’ve tried all the little steps suggested as a fix to it. Still fails
This was really helpful. I suggest you be more explicit in step 9 about how to launch the wizard, though. Also, there didn’t seem to be any downloads available at the site you linked to in step 10. But thanks!
I did the first 5 steps, but in the 6. I can’t see Tomcat 7 in the selection list. Why?
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