IntelliJ IDEA 14.0.0 Web Help

Add Frameworks Support dialog

Select the technologies, frameworks and languages to be supported. If necessary, also select an application server that you want to use to deploy and run your application.

As a result, you'll be able to download and configure the necessary framework components (e.g. implementation libraries). You will also have various descriptors, configuration files and sample code generated automatically, and the module dependencies properly configured.

In IntelliJ IDEA terms, the necessary facets will be created along with an artifact specification and a run/debug configuration, if appropriate.

Note that the set of frameworks and technologies you can select from depends on which plugins are currently enabled in IntelliJ IDEA. For example, Ruby and Python are available only if the corresponding plugins are installed and enabled. For more information, see Installing, Updating and Uninstalling Repository Plugins and Enabling and Disabling Plugins.

Also note that the list may vary depending on which frameworks and technologies are already enabled in your module, and on the module type.

Web Application

Select the check box to enable generic Web application development support. See also, Enabling Web Application Support.

Item Description
Version Select the version of the Servlet specification to be supported.
Create web.xml For version 3.0 or later: select this check box to create the deployment descriptor file web.xml. (For earlier versions, this file is always created.)

Struts

Select the check box to enable Apache Struts 1.x support. See also, Enabling Struts Support.

Item Description
Version Select the Thymeleaf version to be supported.

If you also choose to download the library files that implement Thymeleaf (the Download option), the selected version will define which files you will be able to download.

Libraries You'll need a library that implements Thymeleaf. You can choose to use an existing library, create and use a new one, download the library files if they are not yet available on your computer, or postpone setting up the library until a later time.
  • Use library. Select the library to be used from the list (if the corresponding library is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA).

    Create. If the corresponding library files (.jar) are already available on your computer, you can arrange those files in a library and use that new library. To do that, click Create and select the necessary files in the dialog that opens. (Use the Ctrl key for multiple selections.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the selected library. (For an existing library the Edit Library dialog will open, for the library that you have just created - the Create Library dialog.)

  • Download. Select this option to download the library files that implement the selected Thymeleaf version. (The downloaded files will be arranged in a library.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the library settings and contents. (The Downloading Options dialog will open.)

  • Set up library later. Select this option to postpone setting up the library until a later time.

Configure. Click this button to edit the settings for the library selected next to Use library or the one that is about to be downloaded.

Struts 2

Select the check box to enable Apache Struts 2 support. See also, Enabling Struts 2 Support.

You'll need a library that implements Thymeleaf. You can choose to use an existing library, create and use a new one, download the library files if they are not yet available on your computer, or postpone setting up the library until a later time.

  • Use library. Select the library to be used from the list (if the corresponding library is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA).

    Create. If the corresponding library files (.jar) are already available on your computer, you can arrange those files in a library and use that new library. To do that, click Create and select the necessary files in the dialog that opens. (Use the Ctrl key for multiple selections.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the selected library. (For an existing library the Edit Library dialog will open, for the library that you have just created - the Create Library dialog.)

  • Download. Select this option to download the library files that implement Thymeleaf. (The downloaded files will be arranged in a library.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the library settings and contents. (The Downloading Options dialog will open.)

  • Set up library later. Select this option to postpone setting up the library until a later time.

Configure. Click this button to edit the settings for the library selected next to Use library or the one that is about to be downloaded.

WebServices

Select the check box to enable Web Services development support. See also, Enabling Web Service Development Support.

Item Description
Generate sample server code Select this check box to have a sample HelloWorld class created in your source folder (e.g. src).
Configure Click this link to specify the settings for WS engines that you want to use. (The Web Services dialog will open.)

JSF

Select the check box to enable JavaServer Faces (JSF) support. See also, Preparing for JSF Application Development.

Item Description
Version Select the Thymeleaf version to be supported.
Libraries You'll need a library that implements Thymeleaf. You can choose to use an existing library, create and use a new one, download the library files if they are not yet available on your computer, or postpone setting up the library until a later time.
  • Use library. Select the library to be used from the list (if the corresponding library is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA).

    Create. If the corresponding library files (.jar) are already available on your computer, you can arrange those files in a library and use that new library. To do that, click Create and select the necessary files in the dialog that opens. (Use the Ctrl key for multiple selections.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the selected library. (For an existing library the Edit Library dialog will open, for the library that you have just created - the Create Library dialog.)

  • Download. Select this option to download the library files that implement Thymeleaf. (The downloaded files will be arranged in a library.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the library settings and contents. (The Downloading Options dialog will open.)

  • Set up library later. Select this option to postpone setting up the library until a later time.

Configure. Click this button to edit the settings for the library selected next to Use library or the one that is about to be downloaded.

Primefaces, Richfaces, Openfaces, or Icefaces

Select the check box to be able to use the corresponding JSF component library (PrimeFaces, RichFaces, OpenFaces, or ICEfaces). See also, Preparing for JSF Application Development.

  • Use library. Select the library to be used from the list (if the corresponding library is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA).

    Create. If the corresponding library files (.jar) are already available on your computer, you can arrange those files in a library and use that new library. To do that, click Create and select the necessary files in the dialog that opens. (Use the Ctrl key for multiple selections.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the selected library. (For an existing library the Edit Library dialog will open, for the library that you have just created - the Create Library dialog.)

  • Download. Select this option to download the corresponding JSF component library files. (The downloaded files will be arranged in a library.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the library settings and contents. (The Downloading Options dialog will open.)

Configure. Click this button to edit the settings for the library selected next to Use library or the one that is about to be downloaded.

Google App Engine

Select the check box to be able to use Google App Engine. See also, Creating Google App Engine Project.

Item Description
Google App Engine SDK Specify the path to the Google App Engine SDK for Java installation directory. You can click browseButton and select the corresponding directory in the dialog that opens.
Persistence If necessary, select the App Engine Datastore implementation to be supported (JDO or JPA).
Download If the path to Google App Engine SDK is not specified, you can click this link to open the Google App Engine Downloads page. (This page lets you download the latest version of Google App Engine SDK for Java.)

Groovy

Select the check box to enable Groovy support. See also, Creating Modules with Groovy and Groovy-Based Frameworks Support.

Select an existing Groovy library or create a new library for Groovy:

  • Use library. Select the Groovy library to be used from the list (if the corresponding library is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA).
  • Create. If Groovy is already installed on your computer, you can create a library for Groovy and use that new library. To do that, click Create and select the Groovy installation directory in the dialog that opens.

Optionally, click Configure to edit the selected library. (For an existing library the Edit Library dialog will open, for the library that you have just created - the Create Library dialog.)

Hibernate

Select the check box to enable Hibernate support. See also, Enabling Hibernate Support.

Item Description
Create default hibernate configuration and main class Select this check box to have a Hibernate configuration file hibernate.cfg.xml and a class with the main() method created.
Import database schema Select this check box to have a database schema imported automatically.
Libraries You'll need a library that implements Thymeleaf. You can choose to use an existing library, create and use a new one, download the library files if they are not yet available on your computer, or postpone setting up the library until a later time.
  • Use library. Select the library to be used from the list (if the corresponding library is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA).

    Create. If the corresponding library files (.jar) are already available on your computer, you can arrange those files in a library and use that new library. To do that, click Create and select the necessary files in the dialog that opens. (Use the Ctrl key for multiple selections.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the selected library. (For an existing library the Edit Library dialog will open, for the library that you have just created - the Create Library dialog.)

  • Download. Select this option to download the library files that implement Thymeleaf. (The downloaded files will be arranged in a library.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the library settings and contents. (The Downloading Options dialog will open.)

  • Set up library later. Select this option to postpone setting up the library until a later time.

Configure. Click this button to edit the settings for the library selected next to Use library or the one that is about to be downloaded.

JavaEE Persistence

Select the check box to enable Java Persistence API (JPA) support. See also, Enabling JPA Support.

Item Description
persistence.xml version Select the version of the persistence.xml file that you want to use.

If you also choose to download the library files that implement JPA (the Download option), the selected version will define which files you will be able to download.

Import database schema Select this check box to have a database schema imported automatically. Optionally, select the JPA implementation-specific database scheme to be imported from the list above the check box.
Libraries You'll need a library that implements Thymeleaf. You can choose to use an existing library, create and use a new one, download the library files if they are not yet available on your computer, or postpone setting up the library until a later time.
  • Use library. Select the library to be used from the list (if the corresponding library is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA).

    Create. If the corresponding library files (.jar) are already available on your computer, you can arrange those files in a library and use that new library. To do that, click Create and select the necessary files in the dialog that opens. (Use the Ctrl key for multiple selections.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the selected library. (For an existing library the Edit Library dialog will open, for the library that you have just created - the Create Library dialog.)

  • Download. Select this option to download the library files that implement the selected Thymeleaf version. (The downloaded files will be arranged in a library.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the library settings and contents. (The Downloading Options dialog will open.)

  • Set up library later. Select this option to postpone setting up the library until a later time.

Configure. Click this button to edit the settings for the library selected next to Use library or the one that is about to be downloaded.

JBoss Drools

Select the check box to enable JBoss Drools support.

You'll need a library that implements Thymeleaf. You can choose to use an existing library, create and use a new one, or download the library files if they are not yet available on your computer.

  • Use library. Select the library to be used from the list (if the corresponding library is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA).

    Create. If the corresponding library files (.jar) are already available on your computer, you can arrange those files in a library and use that new library. To do that, click Create and select the necessary files in the dialog that opens. (Use the Ctrl key for multiple selections.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the selected library. (For an existing library the Edit Library dialog will open, for the library that you have just created - the Create Library dialog.)

  • Download. Select this option to download the library files that implement Thymeleaf. (The downloaded files will be arranged in a library.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the library settings and contents. (The Downloading Options dialog will open.)

Configure. Click this button to edit the settings for the library selected next to Use library or the one that is about to be downloaded.

OSGi

Select the check box to enable OSGi support.

You'll need a library that implements Thymeleaf. You can choose to use an existing library, create and use a new one, download the library files if they are not yet available on your computer, or postpone setting up the library until a later time.

  • Use library. Select the library to be used from the list (if the corresponding library is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA).

    Create. If the corresponding library files (.jar) are already available on your computer, you can arrange those files in a library and use that new library. To do that, click Create and select the necessary files in the dialog that opens. (Use the Ctrl key for multiple selections.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the selected library. (For an existing library the Edit Library dialog will open, for the library that you have just created - the Create Library dialog.)

  • Download. Select this option to download the library files that implement Thymeleaf. (The downloaded files will be arranged in a library.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the library settings and contents. (The Downloading Options dialog will open.)

  • Set up library later. Select this option to postpone setting up the library until a later time.

Configure. Click this button to edit the settings for the library selected next to Use library or the one that is about to be downloaded.

SQL Support

Select the check box to enable SQL support.

Item Description
Default Dialect Select the SQL dialect to be used by default for the module. Select Project Default to use the default project SQL dialect.

Thymeleaf

Select the check box to enable Thymeleaf support.

You'll need a library that implements Thymeleaf. You can choose to use an existing library, create and use a new one, download the library files if they are not yet available on your computer, or postpone setting up the library until a later time.

  • Use library. Select the library to be used from the list (if the corresponding library is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA).

    Create. If the corresponding library files (.jar) are already available on your computer, you can arrange those files in a library and use that new library. To do that, click Create and select the necessary files in the dialog that opens. (Use the Ctrl key for multiple selections.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the selected library. (For an existing library the Edit Library dialog will open, for the library that you have just created - the Create Library dialog.)

  • Download. Select this option to download the library files that implement Thymeleaf. (The downloaded files will be arranged in a library.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the library settings and contents. (The Downloading Options dialog will open.)

  • Set up library later. Select this option to postpone setting up the library until a later time.

Configure. Click this button to edit the settings for the library selected next to Use library or the one that is about to be downloaded.

WebServices Client

Select the check box to enable Web Services client development support. See also, Enabling Web Service Client Development Support.

Item Description
Generate sample client code Select this check box to have sample client code generated in your source folder (e.g. src).

To generate the code, IntelliJ IDEA will ask you to specify the corresponding WSDL file.

Configure Click this link to specify the settings for WS engines that you want to use. (The Web Services dialog will open.)

Batch Applications

Select the check box to enable Batch Applications development support.

Item Description
Create batch.xml Select the check box to create a META-INF\batch.xml mappings file (one with the <batch-artifacts> root element).
Create Sample Job Xml Select the check box to create a sample job XML file (META-INF\batch-jobs\job.xml).
Libraries You'll need a library that implements the batch framework. You can choose to use an existing library, create and use a new one, download the library files if they are not yet available on your computer, or postpone setting up the library until a later time.
  • Use library. Select the library to be used from the list (if the corresponding library is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA).

    Create. If the corresponding library files (.jar) are already available on your computer, you can arrange those files in a library and use that new library. To do that, click Create and select the necessary files in the dialog that opens. (Use the Ctrl key for multiple selections.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the selected library. (For an existing library the Edit Library dialog will open, for the library that you have just created - the Create Library dialog.)

  • Download. Select this option to download the files that implement the batch framework. (The downloaded files will be arranged in a library.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the library settings and contents. (The Downloading Options dialog will open.)

  • Set up library later. Select this option to postpone setting up the library until a later time.

Configure. Click this button to edit the settings for the library selected next to Use library or the one that is about to be downloaded.

CDI: Contexts and Dependency Injection

Select the check box to enable Contexts and Dependency Injection (CDI) support.

You'll need a library that implements Thymeleaf. You can choose to use an existing library, create and use a new one, or download the library files if they are not yet available on your computer.

  • Use library. Select the library to be used from the list (if the corresponding library is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA).

    Create. If the corresponding library files (.jar) are already available on your computer, you can arrange those files in a library and use that new library. To do that, click Create and select the necessary files in the dialog that opens. (Use the Ctrl key for multiple selections.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the selected library. (For an existing library the Edit Library dialog will open, for the library that you have just created - the Create Library dialog.)

  • Download. Select this option to download the library files that implement Thymeleaf. (The downloaded files will be arranged in a library.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the library settings and contents. (The Downloading Options dialog will open.)

Configure. Click this button to edit the settings for the library selected next to Use library or the one that is about to be downloaded.

DM Server

Select the check box to be able to use SpringSource dm Server and develop dm Server-targeted applications.

Item Description
Server Select the server to be used from the list (if the corresponding server is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA).

To define a server in IntelliJ IDEA, click Add and specify the server settings in the Spring dmServer dialog that opens.

Facet Select the deployment artifact type that the module will implement (the Spring DM facet type in IntelliJ IDEA terms):

For more information on dm Server deployment artifacts, see "Deployment Architecture" and "Developing Applications" in SpringSource dm Server Programmer Guide.

Bundle options
Spring DM Support Select this check box to enable Spring support (to create a Spring facet in IntelliJ IDEA terms). As a result, IntelliJ IDEA will create the following files:
  • META-INF\spring\module-context.xml
  • META-INF\spring\osgi-context.xml

At this step you are not suggested to download the library files that implement Spring. However, you will be able to do that after the module has been created by using the corresponding quick fix in the Project Structure dialog. For more information, see Adding a Spring facet to an existing module.

Web module Select this check box to enable generic Web application development support (to create a Web facet in IntelliJ IDEA terms). Specify the associated settings:
  • Version. Select the version of the Servlet specification to be supported.
  • Create web.xml. For version 3.0 or later: select this check box to create the deployment descriptor file web.xml. (For earlier versions, this file is always created.)

As a result, IntelliJ IDEA will create web\WEB-INF\web.xml (for version 3.0 or later - if so specified).

PAR or Plan options
Name For a PAR, this is the application identifier (Application-SymbolicName), for a plan - the plan name (the name attribute of the <plan> element).
Version The application or the plan version (Application-Version or the version attribute of the <plan> element).
Plan Select this option to create a plan. IntelliJ IDEA will create:
  • A .plan XML file.
  • A dm Plan artifact specification.
Platform Archive (PAR) Select this option to create a PAR. IntelliJ IDEA will create:
  • The META-INF\MANIFEST.MF file for the PAR.
  • A dm Platform Archive artifact specification.
Scoped For a plan: select this check box to make the plan scoped (corresponds to scoped="true" within the <plan> element).
Atomic For a plan: select this check box to make the plan atomic (corresponds to atomic="true" within the <plan> element).
Nested bundles Use the controls in this area to manage other dm Server deployment artifacts within the PAR or plan. (In IntelliJ IDEA, these are represented by other modules within the same project if those modules have suitable dm Server facets. A PAR may include OSGi bundles and configuration artifacts; a plan - OSGi bundles, configuration artifacts, PARs and other plans).
  • Add. Use this button to add the artifacts to the list. Select the necessary artifacts (IntelliJ IDEA modules) in the dialog that opens.
  • Remove. Use this button to remove the selected artifacts from the list.
  • Up. For a plan: use this button to move the selected artifact one line up in the list. (The order of artifacts defines their deployment order.)
  • Down. For a plan: use this button to move the selected artifact one line down in the list.
  • Versions. For a plan: use this button to specify the version or the range of versions for the selected artifact (corresponds to the version attribute of the <artifact> element).
Configuration option
Name Specify the OSGi name of the artifact (at the deployment stage, corresponds to the name of the file).

EJB: Enterprise JavaBeans

Select the check box to enable Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) support. See also, Enabling EJB Support.

Item Description
Version Select the Thymeleaf version to be supported.

If you also choose to download the library files that implement Thymeleaf (the Download option), the selected version will define which files you will be able to download.

Libraries You'll need a library that implements Thymeleaf. You can choose to use an existing library, create and use a new one, download the library files if they are not yet available on your computer, or postpone setting up the library until a later time.
  • Use library. Select the library to be used from the list (if the corresponding library is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA).

    Create. If the corresponding library files (.jar) are already available on your computer, you can arrange those files in a library and use that new library. To do that, click Create and select the necessary files in the dialog that opens. (Use the Ctrl key for multiple selections.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the selected library. (For an existing library the Edit Library dialog will open, for the library that you have just created - the Create Library dialog.)

  • Download. Select this option to download the library files that implement the selected Thymeleaf version. (The downloaded files will be arranged in a library.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the library settings and contents. (The Downloading Options dialog will open.)

  • Set up library later. Select this option to postpone setting up the library until a later time.

Configure. Click this button to edit the settings for the library selected next to Use library or the one that is about to be downloaded.

Google Web Toolkit

Select the check box to be able to use Google Web Toolkit (GWT). See also, Enabling GWT Support.

Item Description
GWT SDK Specify the path to the GWT SDK installation directory. You can click browseButton and select the corresponding directory in the dialog that opens.
Create sample application Select this check box to have a sample application created. Specify the package for the application classes in the field underneath.
Download GWT If the path to GWT SDK is not specified: you can click this link to open the Google Web Toolkit Downloads page. (This page lets you download a GWT SDK.)

JavaEE Application

Select the check box to enable Java EE application development support. See also, Enabling Java EE Application Support.

Item Description
Version The Java EE version.

RESTful WebServices

Select the check box to enable RESTful Web Services (client and server) development support. See also, RESTful WebServices.

Item Description
Generate server code Select this check box to have a sample HelloWorld server class created in your source folder (e.g. src).
Generate client code Select this check box to have a sample HelloWorldClient class created in your source folder (e.g. src).
Libraries You'll need a library that implements the JAX-RS API. You can choose to use an existing library, create and use a new one, download the library files if they are not yet available on your computer, or postpone setting up the library until a later time.
  • Use library. Select the library to be used from the list (if the corresponding library is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA).

    Create. If the corresponding library files (.jar) are already available on your computer, you can arrange those files in a library and use that new library. To do that, click Create and select the necessary files in the dialog that opens. (Use the Ctrl key for multiple selections.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the selected library. (For an existing library the Edit Library dialog will open, for the library that you have just created - the Create Library dialog.)

  • Download. Select this option to download the files that implement the JAX-RS API. (The downloaded files will be arranged in a library.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the library settings and contents. (The Downloading Options dialog will open.)

  • Set up library later. Select this option to postpone setting up the library until a later time.

Configure. Click this button to edit the settings for the library selected next to Use library or the one that is about to be downloaded.

Tapestry

Select the check box to enable Apache Tapestry support. See also, Enabling Tapestry Support.

You'll need a library that implements Thymeleaf. You can choose to use an existing library, create and use a new one, download the library files if they are not yet available on your computer, or postpone setting up the library until a later time.

  • Use library. Select the library to be used from the list (if the corresponding library is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA).

    Create. If the corresponding library files (.jar) are already available on your computer, you can arrange those files in a library and use that new library. To do that, click Create and select the necessary files in the dialog that opens. (Use the Ctrl key for multiple selections.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the selected library. (For an existing library the Edit Library dialog will open, for the library that you have just created - the Create Library dialog.)

  • Download. Select this option to download the library files that implement Thymeleaf. (The downloaded files will be arranged in a library.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the library settings and contents. (The Downloading Options dialog will open.)

  • Set up library later. Select this option to postpone setting up the library until a later time.

Configure. Click this button to edit the settings for the library selected next to Use library or the one that is about to be downloaded.

Spring

Select the check box to enable Spring support. See also, Enabling Spring Support.

You'll need a library that implements Thymeleaf. You can choose to use an existing library, create and use a new one, download the library files if they are not yet available on your computer, or postpone setting up the library until a later time.

  • Use library. Select the library to be used from the list (if the corresponding library is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA).

    Create. If the corresponding library files (.jar) are already available on your computer, you can arrange those files in a library and use that new library. To do that, click Create and select the necessary files in the dialog that opens. (Use the Ctrl key for multiple selections.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the selected library. (For an existing library the Edit Library dialog will open, for the library that you have just created - the Create Library dialog.)

  • Download. Select this option to download the library files that implement Thymeleaf. (The downloaded files will be arranged in a library.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the library settings and contents. (The Downloading Options dialog will open.)

  • Set up library later. Select this option to postpone setting up the library until a later time.

Configure. Click this button to edit the settings for the library selected next to Use library or the one that is about to be downloaded.

Spring MVC, Spring Batch, or other Spring framework

Select a check box to add support for a particular Spring framework (e.g. Spring MVC, Spring Batch, etc.). See also, Enabling Spring Support.

You'll need a library that implements Thymeleaf. You can choose to use an existing library, create and use a new one, or download the library files if they are not yet available on your computer.

  • Use library. Select the library to be used from the list (if the corresponding library is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA).

    Create. If the corresponding library files (.jar) are already available on your computer, you can arrange those files in a library and use that new library. To do that, click Create and select the necessary files in the dialog that opens. (Use the Ctrl key for multiple selections.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the selected library. (For an existing library the Edit Library dialog will open, for the library that you have just created - the Create Library dialog.)

  • Download. Select this option to download the library files that implement Thymeleaf. (The downloaded files will be arranged in a library.)

    Optionally, click Configure to edit the library settings and contents. (The Downloading Options dialog will open.)

Configure. Click this button to edit the settings for the library selected next to Use library or the one that is about to be downloaded.

Application Server

Select the check box and specify the application server that you are going to use to deploy and run your application. As a result, IntelliJ IDEA will create a run/debug configuration for the specified server.

Item Description
Application Server Select a server which IntelliJ IDEA is already aware of, or specify another "new" server.

To specify a new server, select New <Server Name> from the list. Then, in the field or fields that appear underneath, specify the server settings:

  • For a server installed locally, specify the path to the server installation directory in the <Server Name> Home field. (Click browseButton to select the directory in the corresponding dialog.)
  • For a hosted server (Cloud Foundry or CloudBees), specify your user account details.

See Also

Web Resources:

Last modified: 4 December 2014
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