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Creating a WEB PROJECT using Eclipse 3.4.0 running Maven

Brandon Booysen
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Hi Experts

I have a project that is running fine but is more a desktop application. I now want to start a new project more web based but us it from a extracted ear file. I am not sure what to do and have to ensure that it runs will Maven.

I also have to note that this project runs on ejb's and what i can see is that it used jboss.

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Howdy Greenhorn.

This is the SCJA forum, so it's probably not the most appropriate place for this type of question. You'll also probably want to be more specific in what you're asking about, that will help you get good responses to your questions.

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