Importing an Eclipse project into Jbuilder 2005

Posted on 2005-05-06
Last Modified: 2013-12-14
Hi, I am tring to import an Eclipse project into Jbuilder 2005, I had though i would just save it as a .Jar and then open it in jbuilder

As its a Servlet do i have to create a new blank Servlet and then import into it. Or is there any way of directly opening/importing the project file?

Any advice would be appreciated.

Question by:TimVarley
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    Accepted Solution

    Does it have a build.xml ant script?

    Copy the source to a folder, and do:

     New -> Project -> Project for existing source code

    Then point jbuilder at the source code (not a jar file)

    That should work...

    If you have an ant build script for the project it should add that in too...

    If it doesn't add it in with "Add to Project"

    Then you should be able to "build" the Ant script :-)


    Author Comment

    thanks, with some resarch I managed to create a ant file,
    LVL 35

    Expert Comment

    Cool :-)

    Glad I could help :-)  Good luck with it all!!


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