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anuj thite
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Hello all Members,

What will be directory structure commonly used for any software project.

Please give me a separate directory structure for desktop and web project ?

Thanks in advance.
 
David Newton
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There are any number of directory structures that can be used--there is no "standard".

I prefer something along the lines of the Maven directory structure, even before I was using Maven, though.
 
Bejja Hassan
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There's no standard structure used by any software project, but the standard structure of a J2EE web application is the next :

+nameOfApplication(folder)
++web.xml (the application descriptor)
++WEB-INF(folder
+++classes (folder containing your own java classes used by the application)
+++lib (folder containing different API used by the application like jdbc)

the structure depends of the programming language used, and we can talk about the recommended structure, like onses used by php for symfony and zend framework
 
Bear Bibeault
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Correction: the deployment descriptor (web.xml) goes inside the WEB-INF folder.
 
Bejja Hassan
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oops !!! , i didn't make attention
 
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