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Where does Eclipse look for the tomcat server

 
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I have Eclipse 3.3
I had created a dynamic web application in Eclipse.
I added tomcat as my server for that application.

Now I have removed the folder "Apache Software Foundation" from my C drive. My machine has only a single drive.
When I run a jsp in the my application still tomcat manages to start and the output of the jsp is displayed.
How is this possible?

Where is Eclipse finding tomcat to run the jsp?
 
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Look inside the workspace/.metdata directory. You will probably find something there.
 
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Hi Peter,

I looked inside the directory you mentioned. There seems to be noting about tomcat there.
 
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Then use Task Manager (Vista or Win 7) or Process Explorer from sysinternals (all Windows variations, and highly recommended) to look at the javaw.exe process used to launch Tomcat. Part of the command line for javaw.exe will mention the Tomcat location.

For Task Manager you will have to add the "Command Line" column as it does not appear by default.
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