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How to export a project in MyEclipse?

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Hi Experts,

I created a web project in MyEclipse which I have included all the proper jar file, libraries, config files and database connection.  As far as the application goes, it runs normally on my computer.

My question is I have couple of other machines which have the same directory structure which regarding to the web, tomcat and jdk.  I want to go to my current project in MyEclipse and save it as a project file so that when i copy this project file to another computer that has the same directory structure, my project would open up as if I have configured them.  

Is there a way to do this in MyEclipse? I recall in InteliJ you can do this if you save your project in one .prj file and just open up that file will let you have your read-configured project.
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You can copy the entire root folder of the project from your workspace to the other computer's MyEclipse workspace. Just ensure that your dependent JARs etc are present in the same directory structure - if not, you will need to change their references manually.
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