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Eclipse Europa/Tomcat 6.0 Deployment

Eclipse Europa/Tomcat 6.0 Deployment

Eclipse Europa/Tomcat 6.0 Deployment

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I’m relatively new to Struts.
Was using Tomcat 5.5 and Eclipse 3.1 and used to deploy my projects manually,
Moving from my project folder: web-inf folder, images folder and my .jsp scripts into the Tomcat wepapps folder.

Now, I’m using Eclipse Europa with Tomacat 6.0
I have my projects in the Eclipse Workspace and the deployment is different.
You have to right click on the server and click on “publish”
After doing that, nothing happens and I don’t know if Eclipse is supposed to create a folder in the Tomcat/webapps folder for my project or I have to do it myself.
Does Tomcat take my classes, image etc from the workspace or it takes those  from the Tomcat/wepapps folder?

the error I'm getting is no class found for the StartupManager (I alreday checked the web.xml and is OK)

Thank you

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