Re: Migrating: Eclipse -> Netbeans
As you may have read from previous posts ive moved to a new company.
Now this company uses Eclipse -
They auto-build their product and use a seperate tomcat server to host
Ive installed netbeans and ive set up the server (i think) and when
trying to build netbeans is adding lots of horrible thing to my
project (build, nbproject, conf, dist).
"Horrible"? Why "horrible"? These are only the directories that,
respectively, hold your compiled application, project information,
configuration and deployment artifacts. What's horrible about having a
working project and built applications?
How can i get Netbeans to compile the classes to WEB-INF/Classes and
compile/run like Eclipse?
By setting up the project properties, but mostly this is already happening in
your current setup already. You actually do not have a problem.
Would be really really grateful for a quick reply! Thanks in advance!
Usenet is not the place to be when you're in a hurry.
NetBeans's build/ folder is where the application is built. dist/ is where
the JAR or WAR goes. Just deploy the WAR from the dist/ directory, or the
subdirectory tree for the application from the build/ directory.
This is in NetBeans's documentation.
The word "I" in English is always to be spelled in upper case.
If you are unfamiliar with NetBeans, why not learn Eclipse at this new job?