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Anyone here have tried to used WSAD to code JSP?

Currentyly we are running WebSphere Application Server. It's come with free WSAD (WebSphere Studio APplication Developer). So, we are using it now. But we notice that

1. JSP and some other html <% %> is not supported in here. I am not sure either is it supported or not. IF THERE IS ANY SETTING THAT I HAVENT DO, please guide me through.

2. I used to code my development in IntelliJ.  I found it fantasctic. but one thing lack is, IntelliJ doesnt have any Application Server to attach.

If let say i wish to use WAS to test my code, how you think i should try to  configure my IntelliJ?? Any idea?
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You need to create Web Project for developing JSP & HTML.

Get the following redbook, it shows you how to use WSAD in detail.
http://publib-b.boulder.ibm.com/abstracts/sg246957.html?Open
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but what happend in my web project (NOT Web Prespective, I assume), i need to do something on the .java files? Can i still do that?
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1. Create Web Project "ABC" under Web Modules.
2. Add "ABC" to your server.
3. create new jsp files under Web Modules – ABC – New – Other – Web – JSP File
4. rite click on jsp and say run on server to preview.
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Once you create the Web Project you will see 2 folder, Java Source and Web Content.
All *.java file and *.properties file will put under Java Source.
All *.jsp, *.html, *.css, WEB-INF...etc will be in the Web Content.

If you set WSAD to auto build, then all the *.java in Java Source will auto compile and put into ../Web Content/WEB-INF/classes, if not then you just right click on the file and select 'build project'.
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