No I'll stick to Netbeans thanks - I like it much better.

I have found a solution to this problem actually; If I start resin from
a command script:

C:> java -jar lib\resin.jar start

This work as expected.  


Andy Duplain, Air Logistics Program, BT Global Services, Fleet,

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> Has anyone got debugging working with resin?

I use eclipse with MyEclipse.

MyEclipse has many Application Servers support plug-in.
About resin, Resin 2.x and 3.x is ready.

I use debug java Class and JSP in eclipse.

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