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Eclipse Web Tools Guide
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Creating a static Web project

In the workbench, you create and maintain resources for Web applications in Web projects. If you want to create a static, content-based Web application that contains no dynamic elements, such as JSP files or servlets, use the New Static Web Project wizard.

To create a new static Web project, complete the following steps:

  1. Open the Java EE perspective
  2. In the Project Explorer, right click on Other Projects and select New->Other->Web->Static Web Project from the context menu. The New Static Web Project wizard starts.
  3. Follow the project wizard prompts

General Information

Project Facets
A facet represents a unit of functionality in a Web project. For example, the Static Web Module facet enables the project to be deployed as a static Web module. A brief description of a project facet appears in the wizard when you select it. Note that in many instances, you can view the constraints for a project facet by right clicking on the facet and selecting project constraints from the pop up menu.
Target Runtime
Use this field to define a new installed runtime environment. Runtimes are used at build time to compile projects.
Web Content Folder
The folder in which you want to store your publishable resources.
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