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Yeap, that's cool! We finally left the industrial age behind us and are back in the present again.

(By the way: I prefer to associate my daily business with a cup of coffee rather than with a factory building...)

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uhm...
where is it?
:)

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Tim Easy wrote:

uhm...
where is it?
:)


IDE settings?

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i don't have no j2ee in my IDE-settings ?!?
the only j2ee-thing i have is in the project-tab when i create an ejb-module - is that what you meant?

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I think it is the "App Server Integration" icon in IDE settings. This has
the same image as the J2EE tab in Project view.

"Tim Easy" <mreasy@gmx.net> wrote in message
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i don't have no j2ee in my IDE-settings ?!?
the only j2ee-thing i have is in the project-tab when i create an

ejb-module - is that what you meant?


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Yep, that's exactly this one. See attachement.

I think it is the "App Server Integration" icon in
IDE settings. This has
the same image as the J2EE tab in Project view.

"Tim Easy" <mreasy@gmx.net> wrote in message
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i don't have no j2ee in my IDE-settings ?!?
the only j2ee-thing i have is in the project-tab

when i create an
ejb-module - is that what you meant?




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appserver.gif
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ah!
now that i'm clear about what you meant: i agree, very nice :D

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Tim Easy wrote:

i don't have no j2ee in my IDE-settings ?!?
the only j2ee-thing i have is in the project-tab when i create an ejb-module - is that what you meant?


No J2EE settings in the IDE settings.

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Scott Curtis wrote:

I think it is the "App Server Integration" icon in IDE settings. This has
the same image as the J2EE tab in Project view.


Yeah sorry, App Server Settings.

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