3To test your environment:1.
Make sure the application is working properly
Step 4: Create the Java Project
You will need a Java project to work on the server-side of the applications built in this workshop. Thereare several ways you can set up Eclipse to work on the Java classes of a Web application. You can use asimple Java project, work with the Web Tools Platform (WTP), or other plugins like MyEclipse. In thisworkshop, to avoid dependencies on a specific plugin, we use a simple Java project.1.
In the Eclipse menu, select
” in the project type tree and click Next3.
On the “Create a Java Project” page of the wizard:
” as the project name
Check “Create project from existing source”, and point toC:\lcds\tomcat\webapps\lcds\WEB-INF
On the “Java Settings” page, make sure that the “Default output folder” is
,and click Finish.This project configuration allows you to store the source code for your Java classes in WEB-INF\srcdirectory. These classes will automatically be compiled in WEB-INF\classes.