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OK I got a new laptop and have copied my workspace folder over to it. I am trying to get the build path set up but I cannot remember what I need to do to make a web app. I have one I built already but all of the web classes like "HttpServletRequest" will not work. I know it is in the configuration but I cannot for the life of me remember what I need to do.
 
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John Cstewart wrote:OK I got a new laptop and have copied my workspace folder over to it. I am trying to get the build path set up but I cannot remember what I need to do to make a web app. I have one I built already but all of the web classes like "HttpServletRequest" will not work. I know it is in the configuration but I cannot for the life of me remember what I need to do.



Looks like you need to create a Dynamic Web Project in Eclipse.
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