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"Error finding WebContent folder" - Eclipse - Create a new Vaadin theme

M Janveaux
1 decade ago Jan 02, 2012 9:02pm
M Janveaux
1 decade ago Jan 02, 2012 9:42pm
Clay Selby
1 decade ago Jan 03, 2012 2:52am

I am also having this problem. Trying to use the recompile widget set button in Eclipse Indigo and get an error message statign : Unable to locate Web Content Folder. Ensure the project is a dynamic web project".

SOLVED:

Just fixed the problem I was having related to this error message. I created the project from a maven archetype for the mobile touchkit, which does not create a Dynamic Web Project. To enable your project as a dynamic web project:
1. Right click the project.
2. Click Properties
3. Select "Project Facets"
4. Select the check boxes "DYnamic Web Module" and "Vaadin Plug-in for Eclipse".

Now you should be able to successfully recompile the widget set. Hope this helps someone! :)

Last updated on Jan, 3rd 2012
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