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Eclipse Web Tools Guide
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Web resources

In most cases, all of the resources that you need to create for your Web application are developed during Web site or Web page design; however, there are additional resources that you may need to include in your Web project if you are using more advanced Web technologies in your application.

These Web resources are not typical Web page files, and are often not the resources that you consider part of the final Web site. For example, tag libraries and Java™ resources, such as JAR files, are resources you might need to include in your Web project.

In fact, even the WAR file itself could be considered a Web resource, if you consider importing or exporting the resource.

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