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Re: [wtp-dev] api for getting the WebContent folder name

Created a bug :https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=151864

- TG.

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On 7/26/06, John Lanuti <jlanuti@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:


Yes, please raise a bug.  That method is just flat out wrong.  :-)

Thanks,


John Lanuti Software Engineer, IBM Rational IBM Software Lab - Research Triangle Park, NC jlanuti@xxxxxxxxxx t/l 441-7861





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Kaloyan & John.

Thanks a lot. It works :-)

I was little confused after looking at this api:

WebPropertiesUtil.getModuleServerRoot() in
org.eclipse.jst.j2ee.internal.web.operations. May be I should raise a
bug for this?


- TG.

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On 7/26/06, John Lanuti <jlanuti@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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> Just keep in mind there may be more than one physical content root for a web project.  You can find the virtual folder using VirtualComponent.getRootFolder().
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> Hope that helps,
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> John Lanuti
> Software Engineer, IBM Rational
> IBM Software Lab - Research Triangle Park, NC
> jlanuti@xxxxxxxxxx
> t/l 441-7861
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> "Raev, Kaloyan" <kaloyan.raev@xxxxxxx>
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> Hi,
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> Take a look at the NewJSPFileWizardPage.getWebContentPath() method. This
> is in plugin org.eclipse.jst.jsp.ui, package
> org.eclipse.jst.jsp.ui.internal.wizard.
> You should not use this method directly (if possible at all), but just
> get the idea how the webContent folder is retrieved.
>
> Greetings
> Kaloyan
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> Subject: [wtp-dev] api for getting the WebContent folder name
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> Hi,
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>      What is the standard way to get the name of Content Directory
> (the WebContent folder) of a Dynamic Web Project ?
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