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About the JBuilder's directory. and questions about struts

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I've been working using jbuilder for a long time, but i still have little idea about the jbuilder's directory in its GUI enviroment.
the fact is I want to make a j2ee project, i have my ejb group, in jbuilder, it's a node. at the same time i have web application, another node too. now, i'm planning to use struts in this project, so i added a lot of struts needed files to the WEB-INF directory(using windows copy and paste, not by jbuilder). then added those files to jbuilder by its add files function.
but the result is not what i want, i originally thought those files would be occured in the web application node. but the face is all in root node. of course, it made the whole view not so clean and comfusing.
i really don't know how jbuilder organize it's directories and files. if somebody has experience in the area, please share yours with me. thank u!
or if there somebody had used struts in jbuilder, please tell me how to make that. thank again!
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