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Ankit Garg
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I have an enterprise application on which I have to work. It has an ejb module and a web module. Now I have to configure it on Netbeans. The problem is that the directory structure for both the modules is the same. The directory structure is like this



Now my job is to configure this project on netbeans without changing the directory structure. I don't know how to do it. All the source files are in the same folder for both the ejb and web module. How can I use selected files in the two modules. I am very confused so I would appreciate any help.

Thanks in advance...
 
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Is this possible or not please someone tell me :roll:
 
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You might ask your question in the NetBeans forums: http://forums.netbeans.org/
 
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OK now the problem has changed completely. I have separated these folders and created a netbeans project. I created the appropriate directory structure to suite netbeans. But now there is another problem.

I downloaded this code from a CVS repository. Now I need to map these separate folders to the directory structure given above. In short I have to commit the changes that I did to the CVS code to the CVS. I don't know how to do it. Since the directory structure is different, so I don't think that a direct commit operation will be able to do it. What should I do to solve this. Should I commit specific files one by one. I can do it if this solves the problem.

Any solutions are welcome

Thanks in advance...
 
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