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Installing Netbeans 6.1

 
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During the first installation of Netbeans 6.1 I didn't have this problem.

Now in the third installation I'm trying the HelloApp as described in
http://www.netbeans.org/kb/60/java/quickstart.html

'Choose Project' displays for me now a very, very limited list of project types. No "Java Application" is present. No "Enterprise Project" is present.

I've declined to add glasfish and tomcat during the installation process--I've already got Tomcat 6.

On installation #4 I removed Tomcat 6 and installed both glasfish and tomcat as offered in the installation of Netbeans.

Still the 'Choose Project' list is much less than depicted in the quickstart description.

Is a plugin necessary?

How can I get the luscious list of possible java projects as displayed in quickstart?
 
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