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web pages folder in netbean

 
Yan Bai
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I know this topic should be posted at IDE forum, but I've posted a question this early morning there, no response until now...

I am just trying netbean 5.0, trying to load the project that I'm doing right now, got confused about those folders that I shall put in.

the project structure is as:
tomcat
|--webapps
|--cln
|--[edu]
|--[jsp]
|--[WEB-INF]

I input /tomcat/webapps/cln as the project folder, when i input the same as for web folder, error shows that 'Web pages Folder overlaps project folder', it doesn's allow me to finish.

Please help, I've been stuck here all day.

Thanks.

 
Yan Bai
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Plus, I've tried tomcat/webapps/cln/jsp or tomcat/webapps/, none of them worked. and it's mandatory, cannot leave it blank.
 
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Originally posted by Yan Bai:
I know this topic should be posted at IDE forum, but I've posted a question this early morning there, no response until now...


The best thing to do in that case is to ask the forum moderator to move the thread for you. This way, you won't have parallel conversations taking place.

If you want to keep this here for a while to see if you'll have better luck, I can ask the moderator there to close your first thread.

Also, if you use the UBB code tags when posting, your efforts in showing the directory structure will yield better results:
 
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Your earlier post had nothing to do with this one.
That you didn't receive a reply doesn't necessarily mean that you'll have better luck in another forum.

There is a specific hierarchy for directories in a J2ee webapp.
Often IDEs will have their own requirements on top of that.
For this reason, I think your question will do better in the IDE's forum.

I'll move this thread there for you (a readonly copy will remain here).
[ July 14, 2006: Message edited by: Ben Souther ]
 
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