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    Default Creating a project in eclipse from existing project

    Hi friends.. I am new to eclipse and working on a new web based project using java, hibernate and struts, it uses a localhost to view the application working. I am using a jetty server for it. I just want to know if its possible to just create a new project in eclipse from the exiting project from the local drive and perform the changes on the code and see it on the browser using the localhost. If not how do i do it?. Please help me out.

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    Default Re: Creating a project in eclipse from existing project

    Just create a project of the correct type (java, java-web etc.) If Eclipse detects if the named project already exists it fires up one of its 'wizards' and incorporates all of the data in its own workspace. Concluding: you don't have to do anything special, just create the (already existing) project.

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