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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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