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Advanced Java® EE Development with WildFly® by Deepak Vohra

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Creating a GWT project in Eclipse

In this section, we will run the starter application on WildFly. We will compile and package the application with Maven in Eclipse. First we need to import the GWT application to Eclipse.

In Eclipse, select File | New | Other. In New, select JBoss Central | Java EE Web Project in the manner shown in the following screenshot. Then, click on Next.

Creating a GWT project in Eclipse

A test gets run for the requirements, which include the m2e and m2eclipse-wtp plugins, the JBoss Maven Tools plugin, and GWT Plugin, shown in the following screenshot. Click in the Create a blank project checkbox and select WildFly 8.x Runtime as Target Runtime. Now, click ...

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