If there is an Eclipse project (such projects have the .project file in the root), then import of the existing project is conducted:
- Select File -> Import… from the menu. An import wizard selection screen will appear.
- Select General -> Existing Project into Workplace and click Next.
- Select the project directory.
- Then, select the projects which you want to import.
- Finish the import by clicking Finish.
If there is only a pgCodeKeeper project structure, without the Eclipse project files, importing is done with the help of the import wizard. Storing your pgCodeKeeper project structure without the Eclipse information is a common practice, for example, if you use a version control system.
- Select File -> Import from the menu … An import wizard selection screen will appear.
- Select pgCodeKeeper Project in the pgCodeKeeper category and click Next.
- Specify path to the directory containing the pgCodeKeeper project structure, enter the project’s name and select its encoding.
- If you import a project for MS SQL, you’ll need to select the corresponding option.
- To add the project to the workspace, select the corresponding option.
- Click Finish.
For the correct work, the project should contain the ‘.pgcodekeeper’ file in the root directory. If this file doesn’t exist, project Import Wizard will automatically create it.