How to Install Apache Tomcat in Spring Tool Suite/Eclipse
This page describes the step by step procedure to install Tomcat into Spring Tool Suite or Eclipse IDE. Just follow the steps:
Step 1: Accessing Apache Tomcat website
Type http://tomcat.apache.org/ into any browser and access Apache Tomcat's site. When you access that URL, you will get find the page like the following:
Step 2: Getting the downloading link of Tomcat
Tomcat has several version like Tomcat 8.0, Tomcat 7.0, Tomcat 6.0. You have to decide which version of Tomcat that you want to install. For example, in this tutorial we want to install Tomcat 7.0. At the left sidebar, you will find Tomcat download link. As we will install Tomcat 7.0 in this tutorial, we click on that link from Tomcat download section.
Step 3: Download Tomcat
In the download page, you will find several download options. You have to choose which distribution that best fit for your computer. In this tutorial, we will install Tomcat to a 64 bit computer and the operating system of this computer is Windows 7. So, we choose 64-bit Windows zip under Binary Distributions.
Step 4: Extracting the zip files
After downloading tomcat, you will find a zip file. We need to extract this. Just extract it by using any software as you like.
Step 5: Enable server view in Spring Tool Suite
Enable the Server view in Spring Tool Suite or Eclipse.
Step 6: Starting to create a new server
Right-click on the server view and a pop-up menu will be appeared. From there, choose New and under new click on Server.
Step 7: Configuring tomcat
Choose Tomcat v7.0 Server and click on Next button.
Step 8: Choose the tomcat installation directory
Just click on Browse button and go to the path location where the extracted version of Tomcat is existed. At last, click on Finish button
Step 9: Starting the tomcat server
You will find that Tomcat is added into the Server view window. Just Right-click on that and click on Start to start Tomcat.
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