|Re: can we integrate dreamweaver with eclipse like we do in netbeans? [message #549458 is a reply to message #549438]
||Mon, 26 July 2010 16:59
| Venkattesh B
Registered: July 2010
Thanks Komissarchik for repyling|
I am new to this forum thats why I posted here
Any way I use dreamweaver for just designing purpose.
Dreamweaver doesn't compiles any JSP because it doesn't know that it has to be converted in to servlet first.
Any way I got the way out of this.
1) I keep eclipse running
2)I put dreamweaver local root folder to eclipse's webapp/webcontent/
3)created a folder dreamweaver-web under eclipse's build
4) set dreaweaver remote foder and Testing server folder to newly created
(This is because dreamweaver treats JSP in a ASP fashion, copies all the all the file to the servers root folder. So in this case it is assuming that webapp/buils/dreamweaver-web/ is the server root folder.)
So when you are completed with your project you easliy deploy the war file without any dreamweaver-web folder content.
But still I didn't got to know where eclipse compiles and store the generated servlets.
[Updated on: Mon, 26 July 2010 17:01]
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