This is an article where the focus is about a specific task in Eclipse IDE. The Eclipse IDE is an Integrated Development Environment tool or application for developing application in Java programming language. Specifically, it is a dynamic web project in this context. It is actually a J2EE web application where in order to create it, it need a J2EE Perspective in Eclipse IDE. This link will inform about how to install J2EE Perspective in Eclipse IDE. Just visit the link to check the article about installing J2EE Perspective in Eclipse IDE. It is a prerequirement in order to create the dynamic web project in Eclipse IDE.
Create a Dynamic Web Project in Eclipse IDE
So, after finishing on the J2EE Perspective installation on the Eclipse IDE, just follow the sequence of the steps below in order to create a dynamic web project :
1. Run the Eclipse IDE. In this context, it is the Eclipse 2020-09 R2. The following is the appearance of the Eclipse IDE in an image :
- Next, just access the menu to create the Dynamic Web Project. Access File > New > Other as in the following image :
The following image will appear :
After selecting the Dynamic Web Project as shown in the image above, just click Next. But actually, depend on the Eclipse IDE, there will be a possibility to directly access the Dynamic Web Project menu as follows :
So, either using the Other Submenu or directly acces the Dynamic Web Project Submenu, the following image will appear to ask about the Dynamic Web Project detail :
- In the above image, just name it as ‘TestingProject’. After that, just click the Next button. The following dialog box will appear :
- After that, click the Next button as it exist in the above window dialog box. The following image will appear :
So, without further step as in the above image, just click the Finish button. After clicking the Finish button, it will create the dynamic web project. And after successfully creating the dynamic web project, there will be a possibility for the following dialog box will appear :
Just click the Open Perspective button. The ‘TestingProject’ will appear in the Eclipse IDE. Finally, the process for creating the dynamic web project is already done.