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import files in JBuilder2005 IDE

hi experts

I have my entire project in JBuilder2005 with weblogic application server. Is there any way i can transfer my
entire project in another system with Jbuilder2005.My project has .war files,.jar files,xml files ect.
any solutions greatly apprecaited.
thanks
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phuocnhCommented:
Another system? What is it?
Phuoc
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jaggernatAuthor Commented:
Its another system with JBuilder2005 IDE. I just want to transfer my project from one JBuilderIDE (in one system)to another JBuilder IDE(in another system).

Is there any thing like export/ import the project.
thanks
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phuocnhCommented:
If you want to move your JBuilder project from one system to another system you just copy your project directory. In the new system, Project > Project Properties> Paths > Required Libraries>Select a red letter name of  library > press on "Edit" button to add all library as in your old system.
To make your convinent, when you organize the project, you should make lib folder which is a subfolder of your project folder. You put here every libraries which is neccessary for your project except JDK libraries, J2EE libraries. Then you make your project libraries point to the lib folder. When you copy the project folder to another system you don't have to change very much (some time you have to change nothing).
Select ClassPath tab> you are sure that all library it is neccessary for project presenting here.
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jaggernatAuthor Commented:
or i guess i can create a .jpx in my old system jbuilder and then open the .jpx in the new system juilder.
is that correct?

thanks
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phuocnhCommented:
.jpx file is the project file of JBuilder IDE, it is automatically created. The differences of two systems, when you open .jpx by JBuilder in a new system, some problem may occur, take example:
+wrong library path: you can fix it by following the steps I post above.
+the version of JDK is not same.
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