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Eclipse Web Tools Platform: Developing Java™ Web Applications by Arthur Ryman, Lawrence Mandel, Naci Dai

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Chapter 4Setting Up Your Workspace

There is a third option!

—The Cat in the Hat–The Movie

An Eclipse workspace is where you keep your development resources and settings. Your resources are organized into projects. Your settings provide configuration information and options that control the way the tools work. Some settings are global to the workspace while others are scoped to individual projects.

A WTP workspace contains Web projects that contain static resources such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and XML files, and dynamic resources such as JSP, servlet, and EJB components, and their deployment descriptors. A WTP workspace also contains settings such as server runtime environment definitions, server configurations, and options for the many WTP ...

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