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How to import a existing projekt into eclipse

Hi everybody,

how do I have to import a existing projekt into eclipse?

I always have trouble with package-name and things like that.

regards Mario

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    Posted on Jan 04, 2008 at 01:18 PM

    Hi Mario,

    In NWDS to import existing projects follow this.

    1.Menu bar File -> Import

    2. In the wizard, select Existing Project into workspace -> Next

    3.Browse and select project folder (unzipped project)

    4.Select Finish (Project name automatically comes).

    If you want to copy, the existing project use

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    regards,

    Siva

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  • Posted on Jan 08, 2008 at 02:10 PM

    Hello

    you need a .project file to open the existing project in to Eclipse / NWDS.

    just move to the desired prospective.

    Right Click on the Navigator content area.

    -> Import -> Existing project into workspace.

    Next

    you need to browse to the project folder and finish

    Cheers..

    Chinmaya

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  • Posted on Jan 09, 2008 at 11:17 AM

    Hi Mario,

    These are the steps you need to follow to import an existing project into eclipse

    Firstly you must extract the project to a directory.

    Steps:

    1. Select the required Perspective.

    2. Choose File - import.

    3.Select Multiple existing projects into workspace & then next

    4.Select browse.

    5.Select the folder containing the projects & then ok.

    6.Select the projects to be imported.

    7. If you want to have the projects displayed in the J2EE explorere, select open projects after import.

    8. choose finish.

    Hope this will help you 😊

    Regards

    Neha

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