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Eclipse Juno JEE Setup

09.30.2012
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My installation of Eclipse Juno seemed to have got its knickers in rather a twist, so just spent a “happy” hour reinstalling the damn thing.

Anyway, here’s what my setup currently consists of:

In addition, there’s a bunch of templates and other settings for the workspace.  I download these and then install using Windows > Preferences:

And that’s me good to go, close enough.

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Jugal Thakkar replied on Mon, 2012/12/03 - 1:55am

 Hello Sir,

         I am Java Developer and I was using windows Xp Operating System.....using Eclipse for Servlet and JSP Development......

But I have now Installed a New Operating System...i.e. Windows 7 and Eclipse Juno....For the Web Development....

But The Problem is that..I am not able to get Proper Output using Tomcat...404 Error...

Would you please post a new Blog of Setting up a Tomcat 7 into Eclipse Juno....and Windows 7...

I have tried so Many Solutions from Internet...and Nothing Good happened...

Thanks...

Jugal

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