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mavaldi idlavam
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...if you check "Include files from" what it does?
mavaldi idlavam
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I'm speaking about RAD7
Jeanne Boyarsky
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The project interchange format includes a bunch of files that make up the project. The only time I've used it was to send a project to IBM for troubleshooting. I would say to try it both ways and compare if you have some reason this matters. You can import the file into a new workspace to see what comes out.


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mavaldi idlavam
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I see that this option includes a "classes" directory under the "Web-inf" directory of my Dinamic Web Project with all the classes of the "JavaSource" directory compiled.

Thank you!
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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