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HOWTO: Import Source Files into JDeveloper

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HOWTO: Import source files into JDeveloper

This HOWTO explains how to import existing source files into JDeveloper, and display sources grouped by their package in the JDeveloper navigator.

To import files into a new project:

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[*] Create a new Project using File->New Project...

[*] On the 1st step of the Project Wizard, choose A project containing existing files

[*] On the 2nd step of the Project Wizard, make sure the Project source path contains the directory where your packages are located.

[*] After you click Finish, the Import Project Wizard will be displayed. See the instructions below on using this.

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Use the Import Project Wizard to import files into an existing project:

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[*] To invoke the Import Project Wizard, select the project you want to import into in the navigator, then choose Import Classes/Packages from the right mouse context menu.

[*] On the first step of the wizard, make sure your source path contains the directory where your packages are located.

[*] On the third step of the wizard, Use the Add Class/Package button to select a package to import

[*] Check the Recurse into packages checkbox.

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Now your source files will be conveniently grouped by package in the JDeveloper navigator. In addition, the navigator will keep track of files you add and remove from the filesystem automatically.

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      Brian.Duff.dev-tools.todaysummary.com.oracle.com - JDev Team:HOWTO: Import source files into JDeveloperThis HOWTO explains how to import existing source files into JDeveloper, and display sources grouped by their package in the JDeveloper navigator.To import files into a new project:[list=1][*] Create a new Project using File->New Project...[*] On the 1st step of the Project Wizard, choose A project containing existing files[*] On the 2nd step of the Project Wizard, make sure the Project source path contains the directory where your packages are located.[*] After you click Finish, the Import Project Wizard will be displayed. See the instructions below on using this.[/list]Use the Import Project Wizard to import files into an existing project:[list=1][*] To invoke the Import Project Wizard, select the project you want to import into in the navigator, then choose Import Classes/Packages from the right mouse context menu.[*] On the first step of the wizard, make sure your source path contains the directory where your packages are located.[*] On the third step of the wizard, Use the Add Class/Package button to select a package to import[*] Check the Recurse into packages checkbox.[/list]Now your source files will be conveniently grouped by package in the JDeveloper navigator. In addition, the navigator will keep track of files you add and remove from the filesystem automatically.<HR>

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      #2; Sun, 24 Feb 2008 11:16:00 GMT
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      #3; Sun, 24 Feb 2008 11:17:00 GMT