No server in windows>preferences

I'm trying to add Apache server to Eclipse(Juno). I have installed Apache server 7.0, but when I try to add this to the Eclipse environment I don't see the options server in windows>preferences. There must be an option called server in preferences to add Tomcat server.

Please, help me on how to get that option?

Do I need to install any plugin? If yes, please, provide me the link or the name.

Answers


You did not install the correct Eclipse distribution. Try install the one labeled "Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers".


In Eclipse Kepler,

  1. go to Help, select ‘Install New Software’
  2. Choose “Kepler- http://download.eclipse.org/releases/kepler” site or add it in if it’s missing.
  3. Expand “Web, XML, and Java EE Development” section Check JST Server Adapters and JST Server Adapters Extensions and install it

After Eclipse restart, go to Window / Preferences / Server / Runtime Environments


I had the same issue. I was using eclipse platform and server was missing in my show view. To fix this go:

  • help>install new software

  • in work with : select : "Indigo Update Site - http://download.eclipse.org/releases/indigo/" , once selected, all available software will be displayed in the section under type filter text

  • Expand “Web, XML, and Java EE Development” and select "JST Server adapters extensions"

  • then click next and finish. The server should be displayed in show view


You can also install the required packages with Help -> Install new software...

See http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/compare.php for the packages you need to install to have eclipse IDE for java EE developers


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