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How to build JSF projects in eclipse

 
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Hi, all,

I use eclipse 3.1, I dont know how to build projects in eclipse.

Who can tell me steps? Thanks

[edited subject to add JSF]
[ August 15, 2005: Message edited by: Jeanne Boyarsky ]
 
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I use the Eclipse web tool project but only because it provides code completion for my .jsp files, futher you just have to place the needed jars in the classpath and build your application like any other Java project.

To pack everything and deploy it on the server I use 'Ant'.

For my latest project I'm using EJB3, and the Myfaces implementation of JSF.
Everything gets deployed on the JBoss AS 4.0.3

Futher you can also download the myfaces example application and import it into a new Java project in eclipse, that will give you a nice starting point
 
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Moving to the IDE forum.
 
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What do you mean by "build projects"?
 
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This post was moved from the JSF to the IDE forum, but here the title is meaningless anyway I just came across an usefull link at the MyFaces page.
 
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Wim,
Thanks for the info on where this post came from. I edited the subject to make it clearer.
 
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Originally posted by Ilja Preuss:
What do you mean by "build projects"?



I mean build the project into jar package or other executable package
 
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Have you tried the jar-export?
 
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Originally posted by Ilja Preuss:
Have you tried the jar-export?



How to do it?
 
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Xy,
Select your project. Right click and select export. When a list of options comes up in a window, pick jar.
 
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try Exadel Studio. They seem to have support for JSF projects and Eclipse.
 
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NitroX Extreme Radical Hotness has support for JSF:

http://www.m7.com/
 
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