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Web App in Net Beans

 
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I want to create  JSP in NetBeans But my NetBeans8.2 does not show Java Web Application Option. What to do?
 
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Go to the Tools menu and select Plugins.
Click on the "Available Plugins" tab.
Check the box for "Java EE Base" (note: on older NetBeans versions, the plugin to install was called "Java Web Applications").
Click the "Install" button.
Click your way through the dialogs until the plugin and its dependencies are installed.
Restart the IDE.
You should now find "Java Web" in File -> New Project.

Answer found : Can't create Java Web Application in NetBeans
 
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