Konstantin.Scheglov wrote:See attached screen shot with Web project properties, where you can add one/many GWT modules and specify output directory in WAR.
Eric Clayberg wrote:The screen shot posted earlier shows how the "output" folder can be changed.
eoriou wrote:It would be very great, if we could define the output directory (-war option in GWT) in GWT Designer preferences (like Cypal Studio does). What do you think about that ?
eoriou wrote:1. web.xml file (found in WEB-INF directory) was overwritten by a new file compliant with J2EE 1.3. Is it possible to keep web.xml file when it already exists ?
2. GWT Designer did'nt copy gwt-servlet.jar file to WebContent\WEB-INF\lib directory,
3. GWT Designer put static resources (like HTML file, images and style sheet) directly to WebContent root directory. I think it should be better to put all these files into WebContent/<GWT Module Name> (like others files which will be generated by GWT compiler).
bernie wrote:1- The application does not run unless you change the location of the html in the Run Configurations
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