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I noticed that eclipse 3.0.1 has some nice little icons for starting and stopping eclipse. Under preferences it also has a tree control entry for tomcat.

Both these icons/buttons and the tree control entry under preferences are missing in Eclipse 3.1. This makes it very difficult to follow the tutorial on using maven with eclipse at http://www.eclipse.org/webtools/jst/components/j2ee/scenarios/MavenEclipseIntegration.html .

Can someone suggest a resolution that would enable me to learn how to code servlets with Maven and debug (using the eclipse debugger) them on tomcat? Perhaps there is some setting in eclipse I need to set to expose the J2EE features or perhaps I need an updated maven/eclipse tutorial.

Can anyone tell me how to get these features in eclipse 3.1 so I can continue with the maven tutorial?


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The features you described don't come with Eclipse 3.0.1 out of the box. You need to install whichever plugin you were using in the Eclipse 3.1 plugin directory.
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