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BOOK: Professional Java for Web Applications
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Default IntelliJ web app project

I am new to IntelliJ and I am having trouble creating the web app projects in the book. I have tried 2 methods:
1. Java Enterprise Web Application
2. Maven (using the web app archetype)

Unfortunately, neither of these create the same project folder hierarchy as the sample projects.

Can anybody please provide some advice for how to create an IntelliJ Java Web Application that conforms to the sample IntelliJ web application projects?
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After some trial and error, and further experimentation, I believe the project creation method which produces a web app project that is closest to the sample code project layout is:
1. Create Java Enterprise Web Application
2. Add Maven framework support
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After some trial and error, and further experimentation, I believe the project creation method which produces a web app project that is closest to the sample code project layout is:
1. Create Java Enterprise Web Application
2. Add Maven framework support
xWin, that is how I normally proceed with creating new web application projects in IntelliJ. To be completely honest, I must admit that I change the default IntelliJ/Maven source and web folder names/structure, because I detest the defaults.
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