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importing multiple projects into eclipse through command line

 
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Hi All,

kindly suggest me that how to import multiple projects into eclipse through command line.

i need this process to be automated. all my projects are available in one folder.

so how can i import projects into workspace from command line.

thanks in advance

regards
satya
 
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Why do you want to do this? Perhaps if you told us why you have this "requirement" we could come up with a better solution. In other words, what problem are you attempting to solve by automating the importing of projects from the command line?
 
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I have a number of projects that need migration. The migration is trigerred when the project is imported in our eclipse based application. I want this import to happen automatically. Can you please suggest a way.
 
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I assume that you mean migration from one version of Eclipse to another? I looked at the list of command line options for Eclipse but didn't see anything that stood out:
http://help.eclipse.org/helios/index.jsp?topic=/org.eclipse.platform.doc.isv/reference/misc/runtime-options.html
 
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