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From Jared Blitzstein <>
Subject Re: Publishing to Tomcat from Eclipse, my filtered files aren't being filtered
Date Wed, 15 Aug 2007 19:59:13 GMT
I do have that plugin installed, anything specific I should look at?  
The general workflow I follow is to do my coding in eclipse, do a  
"mvn compile" in a terminal window, at that point either do "mvn  
jetty:run" if I only want to run that app or go back to eclipse,  
refresh that project and start up tomcat from WTP. I'm guessing there  
needs to be some type of process that happens before I start tomcat  
that allows maven to setup a "staging" area (I'm guessing 'target'),  
then publish that off to tomcat. I thought it already did that, but  
apparently not. Any thoughts?

On Aug 15, 2007, at 3:42 PM, Adam Hardy wrote:

> Jared Blitzstein on 14/08/07 19:40, wrote:
>> I have a few configuration files that need to be filtered when  
>> run. When I run in jetty or build a war for deployment, they are  
>> filtered correctly. But when I deploy to tomcat from eclipse, they  
>> are not. Is there a way I can make sure eclipse publishes / tomcat  
>> uses a filtered set of values for those files?
> You could try the m2eclipse plugin. I am having issues with it at  
> the moment and slowly learning how WST/WTP, Tomcat and m2eclipse  
> interact, so I won't say it can do that yet, but I suspect it can  
> or at least may in the near future.
> Regards
> Adam
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