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Hi ,
I am using Oracle 9i JDeveloper IDE for the first time .
I am facing a problem in adding the files in same directory structure as the exisitng source .

I have been following the same steps as given on

"http://otn.oracle.com/jdeveloper/903/help/topic?inline=true&file=jar:file:/u01/app/oracle/product/IAS904/j2ee/OC4J_ohw/applications/jdeveloper903/jdeveloper903/helpsets/jdeveloper903/getting_started.jar!/ide_pfilesimportingexistingintonewproject.html"

and appying the directory filter for the files to be added in the hierarchy .
My problem is even after appying the filter my files are getting added in flat file structure (instead of the directory structure specified by me).
Also , I have checked the option for "Copy Files to Project directory " for copying the source files in new source path .

This is to be added in correct directory structure since on the basis of this i need to proceed with design diagrams .

I require urgent help on this ...

Thanks and Regards
Priya
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Well, the problem was with setting the filter for directory structure path.
 
And one needs to select the Directory structure option (to view this hierarchy) on System Navigator.
 
Thanks and Regards
Priya
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