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Is there a way to import a JDeveloper Java EE project into Netbeans?  RSS feed

 
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At my new job, the backend is Java EE and my coworkers are all using JDeveloper. I'm not familiar with it and my experience with Java has been limited to Java SE and Spring development with Netbeans and Intellij. I can work in JDeveloper if I have to but I would prefer to use Netbeans or intellij. Is there a way to import a java ee project from JDeveloper.

There's basically two modules - an EJB project and a Web project which contains an Angular front-end build. Should I recreate each project separately in the other IDE? Any suggestions?
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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