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How to use Glassfish with Wicket in Eclipse?

Ellen Bee
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Joined: Apr 21, 2011
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I want to make a new project in Eclipse that works with Glassfish and Wicket (and JPA later on). The only way I know of making a project with wicket is to generate a project from an archtype and import it in Eclipse. By default the wicket project uses Jetty, how do I change that? I want to do something like Arun Gupta in this video, but with Wicket instead of JSF.
 
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