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Something Obvious I'm Overlooking in NetBeans 6

Art Parry
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Joined: Aug 14, 2006
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I've jumped from NetBean 3.6 to 6.1.

I code from my desktop box. All the source code is on a server. I have a mapped drive for each context I work in.

In 3.6 I could compile inside each context. That is, when it compiled the compiled code was placed on the server.

In 6.1 the compiled code goes to My Documents\NetBeansProjects\etc. and then I have to copy/paste it to the server.

How do I change where the compiled code is compiled to?

I want the compiled code to go to the server, not my local PC. And I am sure I am overlooking some setting or switch, but which one?


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