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Eclipse Web Tools Guide
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Adding projects to a server

Once you have created a server, you need to create a relationship between the projects that contain the files you want to test and your server.

This is done by adding your project to a server:

  1. In the Servers view, right-click on the server and select Add and Remove Projects.
  2. In the Available projects list, select the project that you want to test and click Add.
  3. The project appears in the Configured projects list. If a project name appears in italic font style, this means the project has not yet been uploaded to the server. Click Finish.
Note: When you select a project to add to the server, only the projects that are applicable to the type of server will appear.

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