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Eclipse: Dependent Web Projects

Luke Murphy
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Joined: May 12, 2010
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I have two web projects in Eclipse. The first project called BasePrj contains Tags and artifacts which are intended to be used by other projects. The other Project called ApplicationPrj uses all files in BasePrj. Obviously I can package up BasePrj and import it into ApplicationPrj. But I want to see the changes instantly.

So taking a very simple example, BasePrj has the file BaseHelloWorld.html in the root. This file (along with every other file in BaseHelloWorld) get imported into ApplicationProj. When I go to localhost:8080/ApplicationProj/BaseHelloWorld.html, I will see it. However, when I change this file, I want to be instantly be able to see the change in my deployed ApplicationProj. Any ideas?

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