In this tutorial you will learn how to download the Eclipse Helios IDE and how to add the tomcat7 application server in Eclipse.
You can download the Eclipse Helios IDE for Java EE Application Server from the link given here http://eclipsesource.com/en/downloads/eclipse-helios-download/.
After visiting the above address you have to first find out the heading "Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers" and then click on this heading like the image is given below :
After clicking on the heading your downloading will be started on your computer like as :
After completing the download you will get a zip file you will required to extract this file. You can extract it in any of your drive here, I am extracting in the C:\BipulEclipseHelios. Following figure showing this process :
Now you are able to create your application using the Eclipse Helios IDE.
To create an application in Eclipse Helios double click on the icon displays(actually it is an .exe file) in the folder where you have save the eclipse after downloading then specify the work space and click on "OK" button. Following image shows this process :
After clicking on ok button eclipse is started to create the applications. Following image shows this process :
After completed this wizard an editor will be displayed on your window screen where you can start to create your application. Here is not end of your problem related to creating web applications, because to create a web application you will be required to add an application server to deploy your application. Here I am giving the snap shot for adding the Apache Tomcat7 application server to deploy a web application in java jee6.
Download the Tomcat7 from the link http://tomcat.apache.org/download-70.cgi. If you have already downloaded Tomcat7 then ignore this step.
After downloading store it in your specific drive.
Now the following step is concerned for adding the specification of Tomcat7.
Now you are able to create your web application in Eclipse Helios.
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