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BOOK: Expert One-on-One J2EE Design and Development
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Old November 4th, 2005, 09:07 AM
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Default Using the framework code/ear in Eclipse

I'm new to Eclipse. I intend to type in the business logic for the sample application and integrate it with the libraries and the framework code, ie. the jdbc abstraction layer etc. That is I don't want to type in support code such as the jdbc abstraction layer. How do I do this in Eclipse. I think I have 2 options:
1) Copy the framework source code to my project in eclipse and try to build that. Could anybody explain how to do this in eclipse. (Should I create a new source folder to hold the framework code etc?)
2) Copy the (framework) jar files to my project. I know this code is in ticket.zip. Since I don't want to type in the app code, I'm trying to identify the framework jar in the zip but can't locate it.


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The last sentence should read : "Since I don't want to type in the framework code..."

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Let me put in another way:

I want to write a new application , but want to make use of the JDBC abstraction layer. How do I do this in Eclipse?

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