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phpeclipse can not find php file

Posted on 2011-02-18
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I installed phpeclipse, setup my project right in the apache htdocs directory. I can call up the .php page using a browser, but when debugging from inside eclipse, I keep getting

Could not open input file: hello.php

any ideas?
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yes, that is the right problem. the browser still does not find the page. I am posting that as another topic.
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correct diagnosis
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