Developer Guide

  • 10/27/2020
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Importing an Existing Project

You can import an existing project into Eclipse*. You can then edit the project, build and package the applet, and run it in Eclipse. The project can be one created by another developer, or a sample provided with the SDK. This section describes how to import a sample; the method is the same for any project.
  1. In Eclipse, select
    File > Import
    .
  2. In the General folder, select
    Existing Projects into Workspace
    and click
    Next
    .
    Eclipse U I to select an import wizard
    The Import Projects window is displayed.
    Eclipse U I select a directory view
  3. Click the
    Browse
    button adjacent to
    Select root directory
    , select either the \DALsdk\Samples directory or a specific sample, and then click
    OK
    . If you selected the Samples directory, all trusted applications (or Intel DAL applets) included in the folder or subfolders are displayed in the Projects window, as in the following example:
    Eclipse U I import error message
  4. If you select a specific sample, as in the following example,
    Eclipse U I browse folders view
    that sample is displayed in the Projects window:
    Eclipse U I select existing project view
  5. Make sure that the projects that you want to import are checked and click
    Finish
    .
  6. In the Eclipse Package Explorer, select the imported project and click
    Build and Package DAL Project
    , or choose
    DAL > Build and Package DAL Project
    .
    EPID provisioning tab in app
    The Packaging DAL Applet window is displayed.
    Eclipse U I package DAL applet view
  7. In the Packaging DAL Applet window, click
    OK
    . The imported sample is built.
Note: For more details on the packaging process, see Building and Packaging Your Project and Running in Emulated Environment.

Product and Performance Information

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