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glassfish 2 and myeclipse

 
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I installed GlassFish v2 and started it well. I first used the default domain "domain1" that comes with GlassFish. But when I used MyEclipse to start the server, it keeps showing "conflict in port 8080: server is shutting down". Later I created a new domain using port base 9000, but when I used MyEclipse to start the new domain, I got the same error "conflict in port 9080, server is shutting down.."

From command line console, I did "asadmin stop-domain domain1" to make sure the domain1 is not running, but it does not help the MyEclipse problem. I checked

http://localhost:8080/ and http://localhost:9080/ they are both running. Is it true I need to make sure these two URL do not work before I use MyEclipse to start the GlassFish server ? But how can I make those 8080 and 9080 not work ? GlassFish doesn't provide any ways to do that..

Not sure what I did wrong here ? How can I strat GlassFish from MyEclipse ?
 
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