Some notes about “Server View” in Eclipse

Java LogoI presume that you have a created Tomcat instance in Eclipse. If not, you can look at this post.

Notes:

1) The Default folder of Tomcat instance in Eclipse

The default folder of this Tomcat instance in Eclipse is:

C:\<your-workspace-folder>\.metadata\.plugins\org.eclipse.wst.server.core\tmp0\

Look at also in the subfolder “wtpwebapps” where your WEB-applications will be deployed when you start the Tomcat instance.

You can find this default Tomcat folder in the Eclipse Console view, when you start Tomcat and the LOG-information starts show in the console.

2) Tomcat Configuration (Overview) –>  click right mouse button on Tomcat instance + Open(F3)

3) Process of Clean-Republish of Web projects in Tomcat “wtpwebapps”-folder

Click right mouse button on Tomcat instance on every step:

3.0) Stop Server (red button) – if Tomcat started

3.1) Add and remove… –> add/remove WEB-projects from workspace

3.2) Clean Tomcat work directory

3.3) Clean… –> clean and automatic republish  the added WEB-projects

3.4) Start Server (green circle with white arrow)

I presume that you have a created Tomcat instance in Eclipse. If not, you can look at this post.

Notes:

1) The Default folder of Tomcat instance in Eclipse

The default folder of this Tomcat instance in Eclipse is:

C:\<your-workspace-folder>\.metadata\.plugins\org.eclipse.wst.server.core\tmp0\

 

You can find this default Tomcat folder in the Eclipse Console view, when you start Tomcat and the LOG-information starts show in the console.

 

2) Tomcat Configuration (Overview) –>  click right mouse button on Tomcat instance + Open(F3)

 

3) Process of Clean-Republish of Web projects in Tomcat “webapps”-folder

Click right mouse button on Tomcat instance on every step:

3.0) Stop Server (red button) – if Tomcat started

3.1) Add and remove… –> add/remove WEB-projects from workspace

3.2) Clean Tomcat work directory

3.3) Clean… –> clean and automatic republish

I presume that you have a created Tomcat instance in Eclipse. If not, you can look at this post.

Notes:

1) The Default folder of Tomcat instance in Eclipse

The default folder of this Tomcat instance in Eclipse is:

C:\<your-workspace-folder>\.metadata\.plugins\org.eclipse.wst.server.core\tmp0\

You can find this default Tomcat folder in the Eclipse Console view, when you start Tomcat and the LOG-information starts show in the console.

2) Tomcat Configuration (Overview) –>  click right mouse button on Tomcat instance + Open(F3)

3) Process of Clean-Republish of Web projects in Tomcat “webapps”-folder

Click right mouse button on Tomcat instance on every step:

3.0) Stop Server (red button) – if Tomcat started

3.1) Add and remove… –> add/remove WEB-projects from workspace

3.2) Clean Tomcat work directory

3.3) Clean… –> clean and automatic republish  the added WEB-projects

3.4) Start Server (green circle with white arrow)

the added WEB-projects

3.4) Start Server (green circle with white arrow)

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