MyEclipse: How to import an existing web Application into MyEclipse
kiran7881 - Oct 26, 2009 - 04:20 PM
Post subject: How to import an existing web Application into MyEclipse
I know how to create a Web based Application from scratch in MyEclipse6.0
We are having existing Web Based Application already developed .
Please tell me how to configure an existing Web Application into MyEclipse or Eclipse .
Thanks in advance.
support-shalini - Oct 27, 2009 - 07:02 AM
Post subject: RE: How to import an existing web Application into MyEclipse
I have replied to your post here -
smithdavid4321 - Nov 19, 2009 - 07:56 AM
Use Ant build.xml file, in the New Project dialog select the "Java Project from Existing Ant Buildfile" option.
To manually load an existing project:
1) Create a new project, using the appropriate project kind (perhaps a Dynamic Web Project in your case)
2) Using OS tools, copy the existing files into the new project's directory. You can do this a a single copy which retains your original directory structure, or you can be more selective and copy directories of files to new locations. For example, I often rearrange the directory structures of old projects to more closely align with the basic Maven directory structure.
3) Back in Eclipse, select the project and hit F5 - that will refresh the project and the files now show up.
4) Do any necessary cleanup such as identifying the Java source directories.
Hope this will help you.
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