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Creating JSP in Eclipse IDE with Tomcat server

  • Create a Dynamic web project
  • create a jsp
  • start tomcat server and deploy the project

1) Create the dynamic web project

For creating a dynamic web project click on File Menu -> New -> dynamic web project -> write your project name e.g. first -> Finish.

Creating Servlet in eclipse IDE

Creating Servlet in eclipse IDE

Creating Servlet in eclipse IDE

Creating Servlet in eclipse IDE

Creating Servlet in eclipse IDE

Creating Servlet in eclipse IDE


2) Create the JSP file in eclipse IDE

For creating a jsp file explore the project by clicking the + icon -> right click on WebContent -> New -> jsp -> write your jsp file name e.g. index -> next -> Finish.

Creating Servlet in eclipse IDE

Creating Servlet in eclipse IDE

Creating Servlet in eclipse IDE

Creating Servlet in eclipse IDE

Creating Servlet in eclipse IDE

Creating Servlet in eclipse IDE

Now JSP file is created, let's write some code.

Creating Servlet in eclipse IDE


3) Start the server and deploy the project:

For starting the server and deploying the project in one step Right click on your project -> Run As -> Run on Server -> choose tomcat server -> next -> addAll -> finish.


If you are using Eclipse IDE first time, you need to configure the tomcat server First. Click for How to configure tomcat server in eclipse IDE

Now start the tomcat server and deploy project

For starting the server and deploying the project in one step Right click on your project -> Run As -> Run on Server -> choose tomcat server -> next -> addAll -> finish.

Creating Servlet in eclipse IDE

Creating Servlet in eclipse IDE

Creating Servlet in eclipse IDE

Creating Servlet in eclipse IDE

Yes, Let's see JSP is successfully running now.

Creating Servlet in eclipse IDE

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