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parsing XML & running JSP in Eclipse

 
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Hi,
i have just started using Eclipse IDE and i desperately need to know
(1)how to parse XML files in Eclipse IDE ie the steps to follow?
(2)how can JSP programs run using Tomcat in Eclipse?
i tried searching the Net for the above topic but was unsuccesful.
thanks in advance.
 
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(1)how to parse XML files in Eclipse IDE ie the steps to follow?

Huh? Do you mean "how to edit XML files in Eclipse?"

(2)how can JSP programs run using Tomcat in Eclipse?


The plain Eclipse IDE is not sufficient for running JSP/Servlet web applications -- you need to download a suitable plugin from eclipse-plugins.info (e.g. BlueSkyTime or WAST).
 
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Hi,
i read in a website that Eclipse supports the xerces XML parser. i am not sure whether it is correct. what i wanted to know is that: does Eclipse have a XML parser as a plug-in to support parsing or should any XML parser plug-in be downloaded so that it can be used with Eclipse?
thanks in advance
 
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Originally posted by Sri Sar:
i read in a website that Eclipse supports the xerces XML parser. i am not sure whether it is correct. what i wanted to know is that: does Eclipse have a XML parser as a plug-in to support parsing or should any XML parser plug-in be downloaded so that it can be used with Eclipse?


Ah. Eclipse does indeed come with a plugin named "org.apache.xerces_4.0.13" which provides the Xerces parser implementation for other plugins to use.
 
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