Try using Dynamic Web Application, that's for a basic web app that uses JSPs and servlets.
Thanks for your reply, Peter!
Is that kind of Project suitable for all the QuickStarts?
Thanks in advance!
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For the ones that are mainly servlets and JSPs, yes. But not for an EJB or web service quickstart.
BTW, are you using Eclipse with the JBoss Tools plugins or are you using the JBoss Developer Studio? Also, providing the uRLs for the quickstarts you are using would also help. (Without that info I am sort of guessing as to what you are using which means my answers might not be accurate.)
I am using JBoss Developer Studio.
These are the QuickStarts shown at the JBoss Central screen in JBoss Developer Studio :
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For kitchensink you'll need something other than Dynamic Web Project because it uses EJBs. You might need several projects (I'd have to examine the Maven POM).
For HTML5 the Dynamic Web Project should be OK, though a project more geared towards JAX-RS might be better. (Or it might be worse, I usually prefer to hand-code things myself rather than relying on a tool or wizard to do my work for me; I have spent too much time on the forums helping people fix problems caused when Eclipse/JDS or one of its plugins gets overly helpful and screws things up.)
The JBoss Tools docs have various tutorials that should help you select the correct project type.