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Eclipse: "Target Runtime Server" and "Server" difference

 
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Hi,

I am creating a Dynamic Web Project in Eclipse Luna following some instructions from a book that I am studying. I am using Wildfly 10 (although I am using the JBoss Tools for Wildfly 8 in Eclipse as the ones for 10 don't yet exist). I am slightly confused - when creating the project, I selected Wildfly as the target runtime server. However, the book states an additional step, in which you have to click on Properties -> Server, and then select Wildfly again.

I am confused as to why this second step is needed. Why exactly do we need to configure "servers" twice - what is the difference?

Thanks.

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