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Setting up the Eclipse development environment
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The IBM® Social Business Toolkit requires a Java™ 6.0 runtime environment to be available and configured within Eclipse.
Add or ensure that a valid
6.0 JRE or JDK shows in the runtime environment view of Eclipse.
6.0 JRE or JDK with the relevant runtime environment from the Execution Environments view.
Install and import all the
Social Business components as explained in the topics that follow.
Configuring the Tomcat runtime
Verifying Tomcat debug
Importing JavaMail SDK1.0
Importing the projects
Defining a Tomcat server
Alternatively you can skip the last two steps and use the preconfigured workspaces that comes with the redistributable as explained in
Installing the workspace with Tomcat and samples
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