JBoss IDE 2.0 uses the webtools server structure. To create a server, open the server view (or preferably JBoss Servers View), right-click and select new server, proceed to create a new jboss server, and then start the server in debug mode.
Thanks for your fast reply.
I've tried what you say but now the error is the following:
Unable to create view: org/jboss/ide/eclipse/as/core/JBossServerCore
I downloaded a .zip containing all JBoss IDE 2.0 related "thing"s, and when unzipping, I saw a "plug-ins" and "features" directory, just like in Eclipse. Therefore, I just copied the content of each directory under same directories of eclipse. I understand this installation is correct....
Thanks very much.
You haven't included enough of the error for me to know for sure what's happened, but I suspect that you've downloaded all of the JBoss IDE items, but not their dependencies (such as webtools, GEF, etc).