I have created a project as guided by www.objectdb.com/tutorial/jpa/eclipse/spring/run. When I abandon eclipse and use the maven command line to deploy this Spring MVC web app to jetty and point my browser to localhost:8080/Guestbook/ it works as your tutorial says!
However, when I use Eclipse Juno (eclipse-jee-juno-SR1-win32-x86_64), maven 3 and Tomcat 6 to create a new maven project (with a dynamic web facet) and add Tomcat 6 as a server, it asks me if I want to move my guestbook app with the cute little jar icon from the left side to the tomcat side. I say yes and it appears under the that server icon in the server. But when I point the browser to localhost:8080/Guestbook after starting the tomcat6 it gives me the 404 error: "type Status report/message /Guestbook/ description The requested resource is not available. Apache Tomcat/6.0.36"
I'd love to use eclipse to single step thru the source code. Also, to remove the one syntax error that eclipse was giving me, I commented out the com.objectdb.Enhancer. Is this optional when deploying with eclipse instead of maven? I think so. Can someone help me! I've tried a lot of other tutorials and this is the only I can get to work at all! I love the fact that this tutorial also does JPA.
Siegfried (P.S. this is partially cross posted with the eclipse forum. After posting there I thought it would be more appropriate to post here).