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From "Mark W. Webb" <>
Subject Re: How to debug servlets under tomcat?
Date Tue, 29 Apr 2003 12:45:41 GMT
so all I need to do is place a file called in 
WEB-INF/classes and tomcat is smart enough to see it and know what to do 
with it?  Wow!  I did not know that .  Cool.

Tim Funk wrote:

> I don't use a debugger. I use log4j. (Actually commons-logging)
> Each webapp can be configured with its own log4j settings by dropping 
> a file called into WEB-INF/classes
> Short term - its a PITA, long term it makes things much easier to fix.
> -Tim
> torechia wrote:
>> I am new to Tomcat and java servlets.  I am running latest tomcat 
>> standalone on windows/xp and am having some problems doing 
>> transformations from xml to html in my java servlet.   How can I 
>> debug this?  I would like to step over each line of code and see what 
>> is happening.   I have a copy of Visual J++, but am not sure how to 
>> compile and debug  my servlets in this environment since I am not 
>> running IIS.  Currently I am using ant to build and deploy my 
>> servlet.    What is the best tool to debug servlets under tomcat and 
>> how can I get it started in the debugger under tomcat?   Any help 
>> would be appreciated.
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