Can I turn off the J2EE support? Follow
I'm using Aurora #1108 for web application with XDoclet.
XDoclet generates all deployment descriptors for me.
When I create an project on the Web/EJB files,
"Add Module" window opens up and I cannot proceed without specifying J2EE module info.
I really enjoy the Java and XML editing features but don't need the J2EE view right now.
I wonder I can turn off the J2EE support by swithing a flag on some configuration file.
Because my projects are build with Ant and XDoclet, I'd like to import them to IDEA easily.
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As long as you do not create any web/ejb/app modules, J2EE tab will not be shown.
Howewer, using only java modules for editing, IDEA won't be able to resolve TLD's, servlets etc which are setup in web.xml
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"Fusayuki Minamoto" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:17485735.1074489298479.JavaMail.firstname.lastname@example.org...
Sorry, my problem isn't about J2EE tab.
My question was how to make a project from EXISTING web/ejb/app files as if they are normal java files.
When I make a new project, for example, I dont' want to repeat adding module operation for each ejb.
That's ok, that's my choice.
Did I miss something?