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Eclipse Web Tools Guide
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Editing a server

You can edit your server using a server editor. The fields that you change are dependant on what runtime environment the server is defined to use, or whether it is defined as a local or remote server.

To edit a server:
  1. Open a server editor, completing one of the following:
    • In the Servers view, double-click on the server that you want to edit.
    • Right-click on the server in the Servers view, from the pop-up menu select Open.
  2. When the server editor is open on the workbench, you can save your changes by either selecting from the toolbar File > Save or type CTRL+S.
    Tip: Changes to the server editor that have not yet been saved are indicated with a * icon located at the top of the server editor. After you save your changes on the server editor, the * icon should no longer appear on the server editor.
  3. For good practice, close all server editors before starting, restarting, or adding and removing modules on the server. Otherwise, you might be prompt the following message:
    File Changed
    The server has been changed on the file system.  Do you want to load the changes?  Yes or No.

 
 
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