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Eclipse Web Tools Guide
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Testing and publishing on your server

The testing and publishing tools provides runtime environments where you can test JSP files, servlets, HTML files, and Java™ classes.

You can use the workbench to test and publish resources from the following types of projects:

  • Dynamic Web projects, which typically contain JSP files, HTML files, servlets, and JavaBeans™
  • Static Web projects, which typically contain HTML files and graphic files
  • Enterprise Applications projects, which may contain Java Archive (JAR) files or Web Archive (WAR) files or both, and pointers to other Web or EJB projects
  • EJB projects, which contain enterprise beans
  • Application client projects

After testing your application locally, you can use the tools to publish the application.

Server definitions

The server tools use servers to test and publish your projects. Servers are definitions that identify where you want to test your projects. You can either have the development environment create the servers automatically for you, or you can create them using a wizard.


 
 
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