Creating a New Remote Project
This procedure describes how to create a new remote project. Once the
remote server has been set up, you can create a new project which will
be synchronized with one of the remote servers. Before creating a new
remote project make sure that you have already created a Creating
a Connection via the Server View .
To create a new remote project:
From the menu bar, go to File
| New | PHP Project -Or- In PHP Explorer view
Right-click and select New
| PHP Project.
The New PHP Project wizard is displayed.
Go to the Remote
Tick the box entitled Enable the Remote Web
Browse for your location.
Project name - The required project name.
Contents – There are three options. Choose the one relevant
to your needs.
Create a new project in the workspace - Creates
a new PHP project in the workspace directory.
Create a project from an existing source - Creates
a PHP project pointing to files situated outside of the
workspace. Click Browse to select the required source
Create project on a local server - Creates the project
on a local server. This option will only be available
if a local Zend Server has been configured in the PHP
Servers Preferences page.
PHP Version - Select whether to use the default PHP
version settings or unmark the 'Enable project specific settings'
checkbox to configure the PHP version used for this project.
See PHP Interpreter Preferences
for more information.
Use default PHP settings - Uses the default
PHP Interpreter settings.
Use project specific settings - Select
the PHP version to be used for the project and whether ASP
tags are used as PHP tags.
See PHP Version
Support for more information.
Project Layout - Select whether to:
Use project as source folder - All resources within
the project will be added to the Build Path by default.
Create separate folders for source files and public
resources - Separate folders will be created in which
you can place resources which should be included or excluded
from the Build Path. See Configuring
a Project's PHP Build Path for more information.
The default setting for this option can be configured from
the New Project Layout Preferences page.
to the project. See Enabling
to configure the project's Include Path (this can also
be done following the project creation).
to configure the project's PHP Build Path (this can also be
done following project creation).
new PHP project will be created in your workspace and displayed
in PHP Explorer View.
You can now start to develop your application by creating PHP
Files or adding other resources to your project.