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Default NetBeans and WebServices/ANT

I have downloaded a webservice tutorial from javasoft site and got some webservice examples. They use ANT to compile service and deploy it on the tomcat. Can I use these scripts inside NetBeans ? Currently I develop code in the NetBeans and compile code in the command line. This is not cute approach.

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