Developer Guide

  • 10/27/2020
  • Public Content

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
    Eclipse U I to select an import wizard
    The Import Projects window is displayed.
    Eclipse U I select a directory view
  3. Click the
    button adjacent to
    Select root directory
    , select either the \DALsdk\Samples directory or a specific sample, and then click
    . 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
  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
    . The imported sample is built.
Note: For more details on the packaging process, see Building and Packaging Your Project and Running in Emulated Environment.

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