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How to debug a web application using Eclipse?

 
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Hi Anybody knows:
How to debug a web application (classes) using Eclipse?
 
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Yes, but you should have asked in the Eclipse forum where you'd get answers faster.
Install the sysdeo Tomcat plugin and start Tomcat from within Eclipse. Set breakpoints as needed.
It's exactly what I was doing just a few minutes ago.
 
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