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Importing JSP files into existing NetBeans Project

Scott Updike
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Joined: Feb 16, 2006
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I'm new to NetBeans and would like to know how to import/copy into an existing NetBeans project several jsp files that have been created outside the NetBeans environment. (They were created manually.)

Is there a quick way to do this? I tried copying and pasting into the standard web folder and NetBeans prevents this.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Masoud Kalali
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Joined: Jul 08, 2004
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Hi friend.
You can not copy (in explorer or konqueror) and past in NetBeans project explorer view. (maybe in future you could).

you can copy all of your files using your OS file manager (Explorer Konqueror) form their original place to your project directory\web folder.

you can find your project directory by right click on project node, select properties here you can find your project path in sources node.


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Scott Updike
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Thanks for the reply. That did the trick.

Scott
 
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