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Can someone shed the light on how could i recreate this Java project ?

 
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Hello all,


Please could somebody enlight me how the below project got created


The above Email Config project contains the source folder, JRE System Library and WebSphere Application Server Version 6.

I tried to go new -> project -> new java project to create a project which contains all of the above such as source folder, JRE System Library , and Web Sphere Application Server Version 6;

but i was not successful. It only gave me the source folder and JRE system library when i did new -> project -> new java project.

If you would not mind , could you show me what i need to do inn order to create a project which contains src, JRE system library, and websphere application server ?

Thanks so much in advance,

Bon


 
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Hello Jeanne;

I am using RAD 7.5; and for your reference, i used RAD 6 before.

Could you please tell me why version of RAD make a difference in my case?

Thanks alot;

Bob
 
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Mark,
It matters because if you answered something other than RAd/RSA 6/7/8, you'd have a problem. Believe it or not, some people are still using WSAD 5! Or you could have been using pure Eclipse.

The system library only gets added automatically for certain types of projects. Try adding a new web or ejb project and you'll see it. For a pure Java project, you can still add the library though. You go to the build path for the project and choose add library. You'll see the server library in the list of choices.
 
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