Perform the following procedure to create a new Client Services Web project:
- Select File > New > Project. The new project wizard displays.
- Expand the Client Services folder. This lists the Client Services project wizards. Choose Client Services Web Project, then select Next. The Client Services Web Project panel displays.
- Specify a project name in the Project name field. This is the only field you are required to fill in. Select Finish to create a project with default settings.
The additional settings that can be configured through this wizard are described in the following tables, along with their default values. Access the additional wizard panels through the Next
buttons. Selecting Finish
on any of the wizard pages will create the project with the settings you have specified up to that point.
Table 1. Client Services Web Project panel
Table 2. Web Module panel
|Project name ||Enter a name for the new Client Services Web Project. ||None |
|Content||You may click Browse to select a file system location for the new project. ||The default location creates the project in your current workspace. |
|Dynamic Web Module Version||Select the Dynamic Web Module Version of the Client Services Web Project.||2.5|
Table 3. Target Profile page
|Context Root||Specify the project's context root.||Project name|
|Content Directory||Specify the project's web content directory. ||WebContent|
|Java Source Directory||Specify the project's Java source directory. ||src|
|Target Definition ||Select from the list the Target Definition this Client Services project will target. You can change your selection later in the Client Services property page. || Default Target|
|Target Features||Check the Target Features that your Client Services project will require. You can change your selection later in the Client Services property page. Grey entries are required by the Target Definition and cannot be deselected. ||The "Eclipse Core Components" Target Feature is required by all Target Definitions. |
The following features (if they exist in the Target Definition) are automatically selected (and cannot be de-selected) by Web Application Tools:
- IBM® JavaServer Faces (JSF) Extensions
- JavaServer Pages (JSP) API
- JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL)
- Reliability, Availability, Serviceability (RAS)
- Servlet API
- Web Application Compatibility
- Web Target Feature
- Web Container
- Web Container - HTTP Service
- Apache MyFaces
- JavaServer Faces Widget Library (JWL)
Parent topic: Creating Web Application projects: XPD622