IDE import

To start working with Jease, you should import Jease into your favorite IDE. After downloading Jease, you can either unzip jease/webapps/ROOT.war into a directory of your choice or let Tomcat do this automatically for you: after the first start, Tomcat unzips the ROOT.war into a directory called ROOT in jease/webapps which is used below.

The following instructions are written for Eclipse, because I'm developing Jease with Eclipse.

  • Select "File -> New -> Java Project"
  • Enter a meaningful project name (e.g. JeaseCMS)
  • Uncheck "Use default location" and browse to jease/webapps/ROOT
  • Click "Next".
  • Now select "Jease > WEB-INF > src" and click "Add folder 'src' to build path".
  • Enter "JeaseCMS/WEB-INF/classes" as "Default output folder".
  • Click "Finish".
  • That's it...

 

Last modified on 2011-04-27 by Maik Jablonski

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1970-01-01

Do you want to contribute to Jease? Writing documentation is a good place to get started and will help to get people becoming more familiar with Jease. Any contribution is appreciated.