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how to put my .war file into netbean IDE and make it run?  RSS feed

 
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Hi Experts,

I have tried and tried but to no avail how to make a .war file run inside the netbean ide.

I used open file and then open up a .war file but net bean IDE doesn't convert it its original form before it was made into a .war file.

Hope someone out there can kindly tells me how to make put/open the .war file in order to make it run.

Million thanks.
 
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Just un-zip it.
 
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But it's already unzipped. Now, it's just a .war file that I need to put inside the Netbean IDE and run, which I don't know how.

 
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It's already been unzipped.

Now, I'm supposed to put in the .war file inside the netbean ide to make it run.

But, I do not know how.
 
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Unzip the war file. Or "unjar" it if you didn't know war files are just files are zip files.
 
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I was told that my account is set to use ROOT.war and I can't upload another .war file.

As this is my first time dealing with a hosting company, I do not know if it is possible to upload another .war file.

Hope you can advise me. thanks.
 
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War files run under a web container, what do you mean by run a war file in NB IDE?
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