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Setup Tomcat on Eclipse in Mac

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I installed Tomcat server on Mac PC (at /usr/local/apache-tomcat-7.0.53/) and I can go to http://localhost:8080/ and it shows Tomcat default page that means Tomcat is running on the PC. Now I try to follow the instruction at http://www.journaldev.com/1854/java-web-application-tutorial-for-beginners to add Tomcat as its runtime environment. But I cannot add Tomcat to it. I have attached the screenshot (2nd screenshot is when I click on the "Add" button on the 1st screenshot).

Could you please assist me how I could setup Tomcat on the Mac PC? Thank you. screenshotscreenshot
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Do you have the adapter for Tomcat? If not then you will need to download it (click on the link that says "Download additional server adapters").
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I believe you have eclipse with the web toolkit plugin, if that is the case then you just need to add a new Server project
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