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Where exactly codes are stored

Rajendra Prakash
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I am new to development ,While developing web application(j2ee). where exactly the codes are stored.
I am using Eclipse IDE and CVS- version system.
where should i store all codes. Either local system or repository(this option in eclipse)
David Newton
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I'm not entirely sure what your question is: if you're using CVS aren't you already storing to code in a repository? Are you confused about the checkout process?
Rajendra Prakash
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No, thats what i am searching how to store code in to code repository.
I have created one code repository "myApplication". how can i store code in to repository.
David Newton
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Using Eclipse? Moving to IDE forum; clearly not related to servlets.
David Newton
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Right-click on the project. Team -> Share Project, continue from there.
 
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