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Q re Enterprise Java and Web Developers 2024-06 [message #1867365] Mon, 24 June 2024 04:05 Go to next message
Daniel Schwartz is currently offline Daniel SchwartzFriend
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Hello,

When I start up Eclipse IDE for "Enterprise Java and Web Developers 2024-06", I get the page shown in the atttached screen shot. I have no idea what any of this means.

I want to create two programs: (1) a REST web service, and (2) a website that consumes this service. What sort of "project", according to your definitions, would I need to choose.

Thanks,

Dan Schwartz
Florida State University
Re: Q re Enterprise Java and Web Developers 2024-06 [message #1867389 is a reply to message #1867365] Mon, 24 June 2024 12:50 Go to previous message
Nitin Dahyabhai is currently offline Nitin DahyabhaiFriend
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If you intend to use Maven for your projects, you can go ahead and pick that since you probably understand where to go from there. Otherwise, Servlets
and web applications both generally use the Dynamic Web Project wizard. You'll want your server runtime on-hand so that you can compile your servlet
code against its libraries, just like you need a Java Runtime's standard library to compile your Java application against.

Everything but Dynamic Web Project refers to a type of artifact from the Java and Jakarta EE specifications. They're safe to ignore unless and until you
have a use for them.


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Nitin Dahyabhai
Eclipse Web Tools Platform
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