How to load Web project in NetBean - web-inf

I have a web source code includes two folders: META-INF and WEB-INF directory is structured as:
how I can load project in NetBean. Please help me.

Netbeans will need project property file by reading which, netbeans will be able to understand what type of project is. So either netbeans will check for the nbproject folder where in file will reside or it should be eclipse project where in netbeans can read eclipse project property file.
Your provided structure will not work.
If you want your project in netbeans, then you can create new project and copy paste files according to your requirement in that new project.


Gradle files not recognised in new directory structure?

Previously we made a Gradle project in Intellij and all the gradle files were there under the project. However, we have now moved the files in this project to a sub folder, but the Gradle files aren't being recognised. The picture below is the new folder set up where our code from the original project is now in the server folder (where the Gradle files are). When I mark the src folder (under server) as the Sources Root, that is when the dependencies from Gradle aren't recognised.
I figured out that the correct way to go is actually to separate out the client/server folder into two separate modules.

Maven - Wrong folder structure

I have checked in one of my projects to GIT repo. When i cloned it from GIT, imported the project to eclipse and converted the project to Maven Project, the folder structure of maven seems to be a bit different
This should have been src/main/java, src/test/java, src/test/respurces folder structures and com.vod... as package.
I have tried maven>update project, project>clean, maven>clean, eclipse::clean, eclipse::eclipse. But this project structure does not seem to go off.
Any possible solutions for this please?
After importing the project as eclipse general project, below is the structure.
This is a typical problem due to the lack of Eclipse metadata files in the GIT repository.
How to solve it:
Open the project's contextual menu > Java Build Path > Configure Build Path > Source. Drop off folder src and set as folder sources just these:
This will save some metadata to the .classpath file.
Also, you should ensure that this was set as a Maven project: Open the project's contextual menu > Configure. If there is the Convert to Maven command, execute it (if not, it is already a Maven project). This might save some metadata to the .project file.
Then, be sure to check in the Eclipse metadata files (.classpath, .project and .settings folder) to GIT. And, in order for this project can be safely shared to other developers, be sure not to enter absolute paths in the java build path, nor other system-dependant constraints.

Is there anyway to specify project-specific coding style that will get loaded in IntelliJ from a pom.xml?

If I have a Maven project, and someone is going to load the project by opening the pom.xml file in IntelliJ, is there anything I can put in the file or elsewhere in the project that will load project-specific coding styles into the IDE?
Not by importing from a pom only. What you can do is add some IntelliJ files to the source code management tool. Idea saves its project specific code styles into /.idea/codeStyleSettings.xml - it may just picks it up after you imported the project via maven/pom.xml. I think it does not hurt to add a few other files too. Here is my .gitignore for intellij 13.1.5:
# intellij settings files:
Everything else is under version control. (some developers dont like that - I know - just wanted to mention it)

Deploy Vosao in eclipse in windows

I am using google app engine in eclipse in windows OS. I want to used Vosao CMS(which is develop for GAE). But i can't deploy in eclipse in windows and easily deploy in eclipse in windows.So how vosao(content management system) deploy in eclipse in windows OS.
There is not direct way to deploy the Vosao in eclipse in windows. But there is a alternate solution.
For- Eclipse IDE for Java Developers
1.Unzip the war file.
2.than create a project in eclipse.
3.Than copy the contain of unzip folder one by one & paste in proper position in your servlet paste in src & jsp pages paste in war folder. fully read this point
In unzip folder there is a web-inf folder & also in your project there is web-inf folder. So copy the contain of web-inf folder carefully in project web-inf folder.
For-Eclipse IDE for Java EE developers
It may be work. In my project both are work.
There is a very good tutorial on this.
I had do minor modifications on my side for Maven and Subclipe 1.8. Other than that the Blog worked like a charm

How to enable jsp-tags autocompletion in NetBeans within NetBeans Maven projects?

Using NetBeans 7.1.2.
When editing pages with NetBeans as per the procedure explained below, the IDE offers only autocompletion for <jsp:...> tags:
This is how I have created the NetBeans project and the jsp (though it isn't archetype specific, nor the issue has anything to do with opencms): I have created a maven project with the OpenCms-Module archetype
mvn archetype:generate -DarchetypeCatalog=
The archetype creates a maven project with jar packaging.
After that, I have added a jsp under src/main/opencms/modules/blahblah/templates.
And then I have added the taglibs.standard dependency to the project, to try to provide NetBeans with the corresponding tlds.
After several hours trying to get this working, I found this reported and closed bug that hinted me into the right direction:
Added src/main/webapp directory Edit 1: There is autocompletion only for jstl tags if the files are inside src/main/webapp. Workaround in linux (not sure if windows links will work): Create a symlink:
ln -s opencms/ src/main/webapp from the project root folder
Change maven project packaging to war (Project properties -> General -> Packaging)
(Notice that neither the #taglib directive nor the taglibs.standard dependency are necessary.)
If the Web Pages entry does not appear under your project (in the projects view), you may need to restart NetBeans. Now you'll have full autocompletion (only) under src/main/webapp! :-)
Edit 2
Unfortunately, if under version control, NetBeans sees the symlink as a new directory, and all files under it, as new files :-( This is very inconvenient, because to access the IDE integrated version control functionality, you still need to open the original resource.