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how do i extract war file...


where i give command to extract war file??








please reply,
thanks in advance
 
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WAR file is basically a ZIP file, same thing like JAR. You can use jar command in Java, unzip command in Linux, WinZip, 7-Zip, WinRAR, etc.
 
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Why do you need to extract it?
 
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my project is in war format..i reopen that project in eclipse..

how can i open war file in eclipse??
 
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sihani rani wrote:my project is in war format


Did you mean the source?
 
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sihani rani wrote:my project is in war format..i reopen that project in eclipse..

how can i open war file in eclipse??



To open war file in Eclipse, you may import the war file to Eclipse through Import option from File Menu.
 
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I am not sure you can open a war file via eclipse as someone mentioned. A war file is basically a zip file with a .war extension. So, you can use any unzipping utility available to you to view its contents.
 
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