EGL CE Project Structure and Code Generation
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It was mentioned above that an EGL Part is generated whenever its source is built. In Eclipse, a build usually happens when a file is saved or when a Clean Build is invoked. When a Clean Build is invoked in EGL CE, the root debug and target directories are deleted, and all of the parts in the workspace are regenerated as they are built. Due to the fact that the generation output directories will be 'cleaned' during this process, it is not recommended that you place your own Java code in these directories. If you have your own Java code that you would like to reference using EGL External Types, it is recommended that you add another Java Source folder to your EGL Project and place the Java code in this directory. When you deploy your project, you will also need to copy the Java code into the Java Source folder for that project as well.