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<description>Use this page to name your Web project and specify the file system location (the place where the resources you create are stored.) When the Use default check box is selected, the project will be created in the file system location where your workspace resides. To change the default file system location, clear the checkbox and locate the path using the <b>Browse</b> button. To configure additional options, select the <b>Next</b> button.
In the Target Runtime field, select the server where you want to deploy the Web project. if a server is not already defined, click <b>New</b> to select a server runtime environment.
Click <b>Add project to EAR</b> to add the project to an enterprise application project. The default EAR project name is the name of the Web project appended with EAR.</description>
<topic label="Creating a dynamic Web project" href="../org.eclipse.wst.webtools.doc.user/topics/twcreprj.html"/>
<context id="webw1100">
<description>Presets are used to define a default set of facet versions that will configure a project for a particular type of development. Select one or more facets for the dynamic Web project. To change the version of the facet, click the facet version and select a version from the drop-down list.
Click Show Runtimes to view the available runtimes and runtime compositions.</description>
<topic label="Creating a dynamic Web project" href="../org.eclipse.wst.webtools.doc.user/topics/twcreprj.html"/>
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<description>The context root is the top-level directory of your application when it is deployed to a Web server.
The Content directory folder is the mandatory location of all Web resources, for example Web pages, style sheets or graphics. If the files are not placed in this directory (or in a subdirectory structure under this directory), the files will not be available when the application is executed on a server.
The deployment descriptor is a configuration file that describes how to deploy a module by specifying configuration and container options. By default a deployment descriptor is created for a Web project because it is required to run a servlet on an application server. If your Web application does not
contain any servlets, filters, or listeners, you can clear the <b>Generate web.xml deployment descriptor</b> checkbox.
<topic label="Creating a dynamic Web project" href="../org.eclipse.wst.webtools.doc.user/topics/twcreprj.html"/>