MyEclipse: MyEclipse Web Browser: I can't type in a URL
jhpublic - Mar 12, 2010 - 10:17 PM
Post subject: MyEclipse Web Browser: I can't type in a URL
I'm not sure what the problem is, but when I click on the Web Browser button to open the MyEclipse browser, I am unable to type a URL. This is on version 7.5. I am trying out the SimpleWebProject tutorial. The app was deployed to the embedded Tomcat 6 server, and the page loads fine with an external browser.
support-joy - Mar 15, 2010 - 12:18 PM
Post subject: RE: MyEclipse Web Browser: I can
I am not sure I understand your problem. Have you configured Tomcat6 app server details on your ME 7.5? If not, please do the same here - Window > Preferences > MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench > Servers > Tomcat > Tomcat 6.x . Also set the JDK for Tomcat 6.x. You refer to a project - SimpleWebProjectTutorial. Right click on the project, click on RunAs > MyEclipse Server Application > Tomcat 6.x. This will automatically open a webbrowser with the said project. You should also be able to open the web browser and type the URL pointing to your http://localhost:8080/SimpleWebProjectTutorial/
If this is still an issue. Can you open your error log file located at [your workspace dir]/.metadata/.log and look for any relevant issues logged. If any, please copy and paste the same here. Also include screenshots which will help me get a visual.
jhpublic - Mar 15, 2010 - 05:33 PM
Post subject: Re: RE: MyEclipse Web Browser: I can
|jclick on RunAs > MyEclipse Server Application > Tomcat 6.x. This will automatically open a webbrowser with the said project. You should also be able to open the web browser and type the URL pointing to your http://localhost:8080/SimpleWebProjectTutorial/|
I can launch the application using the method described above (and the JSP renders correctly), however, I cannot get the URL text input box on the web browser window to accept any input. I can click on the URL text input box, and it highlights, but typing on the keyboard has no effect -- no characters are echoed back in the input box and pressing ENTER has no effect either.
I'm running MyEclipse 7.5 on Mac OS 10.6.2.
There is no error log in my .metadata folder, just a version.ini file.
support-shalini - Mar 17, 2010 - 07:35 AM
Post subject: RE: Re: RE: MyEclipse Web Browser: I can
Can you copy paste your installation details from MyEclipse > Installation Summary > Installation Details?
Also, can you tell us how you installed MyEclipse? Using all-in-one installer/ pulse or added MyEclipse as pugin on top of Eclipse classic?
Can you try switching to a new workspace and check if the issue persists?
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