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Right Click on WEB-INF folder, New and choose File/Folder…

 

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Another dialog box will appear, choose Other on the left pane and choose Folder on the right pane.

 

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Put the default folder name “classes”. It is common to put resources files under this directory since it will automatically include all files in this directory to the web application classpath.

Here is the screenshot for this step.

 

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Now we have the folder classes under WEB-INF folder. Next let’s create the resource bundle files. Right click on the classes folder we just created. Choose New and File / Folder…

 

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Name it resource_bundle.properties and this will be our default properties file.



 
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