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    Ed
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    Default tomcat xml

    I'm starting with tomcat, I installed eclipse 3.2 and tomcat 5.5.
    I created a project
    I checked "can update server xml file"
    When I create the project this is the structure:
    Java Code:
    -->Project_Name
        --> JRE System Library[jre1.5.0_10]
        --> servlet-api.jar - TOMCAT_HOME\common\lib\-<dir>
        --> jasper-runtime.jar - TOMCAT_HOME\common\lib - <dir>
        --> jsp-api.jar - TOMCAT_HOME\common\lib - <dir>
        --> WEB-INF/src
        -->work
        -->WEB-INF
             --> lib
    In the tutorial says that WEB-INF directory must appear these xml:
    - .classpath
    - .cvsignore
    - .project
    Is that right? DO I have to create these xml?
    thanks

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    You can't see it in package explorer, see it in Resource (navigator)

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    you can't see the files in eclipse because they are configuration file of the project.
    so, don't waste your time looking for them
    ;)

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