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Eclipse Workbench User Guide
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Import wizard

The Import wizard can be used to copy resources into the Workbench.

  1. Select the project JaneQuser.

  2. Select Import from the popup.

  3. In the Import wizard, select File system, then click Next.

    Import Wizard. Import resources from the local file system.

  4. In the From directory field, type or browse to select the directory containing the file JanesINIFile.ini that was recently exported.

    Recent directories that have been imported from are shown on the From directory field's combo box.

     Import Wizard. From directory field.

  5. In the right pane check the file JanesINIFile.ini  

    Checking a folder in the left pane will import its entire contents into the Workbench. A grayed checkbox (as shown below) indicates that only some of the files in the folder will be imported into the Workbench.

    The Filter Types button can be used to filter the types of files that will be imported.

    Import Wizard. Filter types.

  6. The Into folder field should already be filled in with the name of the project (JaneQuser). 

  7. The destination project or folder can be changed by clicking Browse;

    Click the Browse button and choose the second project JaneQuser2. 

    Import Wizard. Select a folder to import into.

  8. In the Options area, options are given to:

    • Overwrite existing resources without warning
    • Create complete folder structure or Create selected folders only
  9. Click Finish when done. The file JaneINIFile.ini is now shown in the one of the navigation views in the project JaneQuser2.


 
 
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