eclipse

Configuring Glassfish Server 4 with Eclipse to Build, Test, and Deploy Java EE 7 Applications

We will download and install Java EE 7 SDK which comes with GlassFish Open Source Edition 4 (currently 4.1.1)and then configure eclipse to deploy Java EE applications directly to GlassFish Server. You can download the latest Java EE 7 SDK from http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javaee/downloads/index.html. You can also directly download the latest commercially supported GlassFish Server distribution (currently 3.1.2.2) from the same link.

Hello World Eclipse Plugin Project

To create eclipse plugins, you need an eclipse distribution package with Eclipse Plug-in Development Environment like Eclipse Standard or Eclipse IDE for Java EE. I am using Eclipse Standard 4.3.2. Always try to use the latest version of the distribution available. You can start exploring from eclipse site at http://www.eclipse.org/downloads to check the package contents of the distribution package.

Hello World JSP Web Application in Eclipse with Tomcat

We will create a simple JSP that prints "Hello World" in eclipse, deploy it and run it on the integrated tomcat. 

 

Prerequesites

Configure apache tomcat with eclipse as mentioned in configuring-apache-tomcat-with-eclipse and start and stop tomcat server from the servers view of eclipse.

 

Hello World Servlet Application in Eclipse With Tomcat

We will create a simple servlet that prints "Hello World" in eclipse, deploy it and run it on the integrated tomcat. 

 

Prerequesites

Configure apache tomcat with eclipse as mentioned in configuring-apache-tomcat-with-eclipse and start and stop tomcat server from the servers view of eclipse.

 

JSP Web Application With Form Submission Lab

We will create a simple JSP form and then submit the form with action as another jsp and retrieve the form parameters which are received as request parameters in the second jsp file.

 

Create a 'Dynamic Web Project'.

  • Select 'File > New > Dynamic Web Project' or  'File > New > Project > Web > Dynamic Web Project'.  

Installing and Getting Started with Eclipse IDE

Prerequisites

Eclipse itself is a Java program and hence you need to have the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) to use eclipse. If you want to use Eclipse for Java development, as in most cases, you will also need a (Java Development Kit) JDK.

 

Downloading and installing

Follow these simple steps to download and install Eclipse IDE:

Introduction to Eclipse IDE

Eclipse is an IDE tool that helps us to develop software. According to the Wikipedia definition, an integrated development environment (IDE) is a software application that provides comprehensive facilities to computer programmers for software development. You can also write code in a text editor and compile and execute from command line; but compared to a text editor, eclipse provides many additional useful features to make the development of software easier and faster. IDE normally consists of a source code editor, build automation tools and a debugger.

Configuring Apache Tomcat with Eclipse

Follow the these steps to configure an apache tomcat server with eclipse, and use the server from within the eclipse and do start, stop, deploy etc.

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