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Eclipse - Server Tomcat v8.5 Server at localhost failed to start.

When I try to launch the tomcat from Eclipse, I encountered the following error

Server Tomcat v8.5 Server at localhost failed to start.


Step 1

 Delete the .snap file located at the following location
    eclipse workspace Path\.metadata\.plugins\org.eclipse.core.resources

Step 2

Delete the tmp0 folder from the following path
     eclipse workspace Path\.metadata\.plugins\org.eclipse.wst.server.core

Step 3

 Delete the server from servers list

Step 4
 Remove already added Tomcat Server

     i)  Click on Define a new Server
    ii)  Select Server Runtime Environments
    iii) Select the Tomcat Server and remove it as follows

Remove Selected Server

Step 5
Make sure that correct version of Server is configured in Project Properties

Step 6

Restart the Eclipse IDE.


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