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Java EE 7 Development with WildFly by Francesco Marchioni, Michal Matloka, Michal Cmil

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Deploying your first application to WildFly 8

In order to test launch our first application, we will create a HelloWorld web project using Eclipse. The main part will be a servlet class, used to generate HTML markup. So, launch Eclipse and choose to create a new web project by navigating to File | New | Dynamic Web Project. This is shown in the following screenshot:

Deploying your first application to WildFly 8

Choose a name for your application and check the Use default location box if you want to create your project within the same location of your Eclipse workspace. If you have correctly configured a new WildFly server in Eclipse, you should see the WildFly 8.0 Runtime option selected by ...

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