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i want to know Project directory structure either.
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in flex builder (3) new project wizard you can select that , basically if you do new flex project and then instead of none select jsp/tomcat it will do exactly what you need
We're using FB2 here - either way, I think that there's still a problem with this. In FB you'd open up the project created by Flex - but then what do you do for Eclipse (for the Java server-side development code)?
There has to be a way to run Eclipse and FB at the same time so that they don't interfere with one another... Putting the Flex project inside the Eclipse project in a /flex folder seems to work without issues, but I'd rather take the common approach if there is one.
it actualy does not matter, remember flex builder is eclipse no need to have two separate instances, you can have following setup :
regular J2EE project setup
or option 2 :
in this case all you need is small ant script that will hook its flex compile targets with projects build
also you can manually create .flexProject an d.actionScriptProperties files in a j2ee project folder and that will make it a hybrid I believe(then all you have to do is switch perspectives).
Flex Builder being built on Eclipse is what was concerning me- I was worried something like a .project file may overwrite the other IDE's environment information.
But this doesn't seem to be an issue if I use a sub-folder in the overall Java project to store the entire Flex project. I'll probably just do that. I guess there isn't any standard way to setup your environment out there, ah well.