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Hi guys,

i am new to Jboss and Eclipse..

if any body knows how to configure Eclipse IDE to Jboss Server

please make a mail to kmraomca@yahoo.com or send the best link

my environment is: Jboss, Struts1.2 and Eclipse IDE

Thanking u
kmraomca@yahoo.com
 
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Not really a JSP question now, is it?

You could just download the JBoss IDE plugin (from JBoss) and use that as per the documentation.
 
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Moving to the IDEs forum...
 
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does anyone know were I can find a good tutorial on how to use the eclipse Jboss IDE for a JSP?

I would like to find one written for a absolute beginner.
I have found many so called beginning tutorials on web but they all either start from middle and assume a great deal. Or the instructions do not match at all what is on the screen. Or they start out simple then jump into some complicated math example with lots of techno bable that no one understands.

I just need a very simple example showing how to use it. A simple Hello World example for JSP, using eclipse and Jboss. In plain English
 
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Susan,
Eclipse doesn't support JSPs out of the box. You need a plugin like myEclipse or Lomboz.

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I think Susan tried to say that she has installed the plugin for JBOSS (JBOSS IDE - http://www.jboss.org/products/jbosside) and asking if anyone has a good tutorial to configure it out.

Yes, I agree with Susan...I tried also to configure itu out and no success. The tutorial in Jboss is "too wordy".

Lomoz supports only JBOSS 3.2.x, not 4.0.x
 
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