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Web-Maping Geoserver with IDE Netbeans/Eclipse

 
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Hello,

I have a simple web-mapping project using Geoserver. I easily deploy it in the Apache tomcat webapps repository. It runs with no problem.

Now I want to run it directly from an IDE. The problem is to configure the IDE with Geoserver and Tomcat.

I don't know witch oneto use in this situation. Is it Netbeans or Eclipse ?

Any hint or help would be highly apreciated.
 
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Either of those IDEs should work.
I use Eclipse myself, and the Web Tools Plugin works fine for integrating with Tomcat.

 
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