Output Layout Tab
- The artifact layout pane (the left-hand one) shows the artifact structure and provides the means for changing it. You can create directories () and archives (), add copies of compiled module sources, libraries, artifacts, files, etc. () as well as sort () and reorder the items ( ). Note that the order of items, sometimes, may be important.
manifest file properties area
(in the lower part of the artifact layout pane;
available only for JAR, WAR and EAR files) lets you
specify which manifest file is associated with the archive.
It also lets you
view and edit the values for
the "most popular"
- The Available Elements pane shows the elements that can be but are not yet added to the artifact. (The top level in this view just provides grouping for the elements.) For adding the elements to the artifact, this pane provides the options that generally work quicker (you can use double-clicks and drag-and-drop) than those in the artifact layout pane.
Reordering the items
The order of items is important when there are elements that lead to producing files with the same name in the same directory. In such situations, only the file from the element that comes first will be included in the artifact.
To see the actual order of items, release . Then use or to reorder the items.
Artifact layout pane: context menu commands
Most of the commands have self-explanatory names. Here, we explain only the commands whose purpose may be unclear.