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STEM is designed to allow collaboration and sharing of work by simply importing and exporting projects from your workspace.
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You can find some down-loadable scenarios and other example projects to import on the [http://www.eclipse.org/stem/downloads.php Download Page] or on the right hand side of the [http://www.eclipse.org/stem/ STEM home page].
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'''[http://wiki.eclipse.org/Tutorials_for_Developers Back]'''
  
First download a demo project and unzip it into your STEM '''workspace'''.  
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STEM is designed to allow collaboration and sharing of work by simply importing and exporting projects from your workspace.
  
If you are using windows and you installed STEM in the C: drive you will probably find this at C:\stem\workspace.
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You can find some ''down-loadable scenarios'' and other ''[[Sample_Projects_available_for_Download | examples projects]]'' to import on the [http://www.eclipse.org/stem/downloads.php Download Page] or on the right hand side of the [http://www.eclipse.org/stem/ STEM home page].
  
Simply unzip the project into this directory.
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To import any scenario you want to first put the files to import in your STEM workspace.
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If you are using windows and you installed STEM in the C: drive, you will probably find this at C:\stem\workspace.
  
# Start STEM and go to the Designer Perspective.
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# First download a demo project (or use a project from a colleague) and ''unzip it'' into your '''STEM workspace''' (e.g., ''C:\stem\workspace'' ). There are links to several example projects for download available on the RHS of the STEM website [http://www.eclipse.org/stem/]
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# Start STEM and go to the Designer Perspective  
 
# RIGHT CLICK in the Project Explorer window and select
 
# RIGHT CLICK in the Project Explorer window and select
 
#; >Import>Existing Projects Into Workspace
 
#; >Import>Existing Projects Into Workspace
# select NEXT
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# Select NEXT
# click BROWSE
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# Click BROWSE
# navigate to your workspace (e.g., C:\stem\workspace).  You should see the new project folder you just extracted.
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# Navigate to your workspace (e.g., C:\stem\workspace).  You should see the new project folder you just extracted  
 
# Select it (or Select ALL)
 
# Select it (or Select ALL)
# click finish.
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# Click finish
  
 
Similarly, you can select existing projects and Export them into an archive that you may then share with a colleague.
 
Similarly, you can select existing projects and Export them into an archive that you may then share with a colleague.
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The following page contains more detailed information
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on several [[Sample_Projects_available_for_Download | STEM Sample Projects available for download]]

Latest revision as of 12:50, 18 November 2010

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STEM is designed to allow collaboration and sharing of work by simply importing and exporting projects from your workspace.

You can find some down-loadable scenarios and other examples projects to import on the Download Page or on the right hand side of the STEM home page.

To import any scenario you want to first put the files to import in your STEM workspace. 
If you are using windows and you installed STEM in the C: drive, you will probably find this at C:\stem\workspace.  
  1. First download a demo project (or use a project from a colleague) and unzip it into your STEM workspace (e.g., C:\stem\workspace ). There are links to several example projects for download available on the RHS of the STEM website [1]
  2. Start STEM and go to the Designer Perspective
  3. RIGHT CLICK in the Project Explorer window and select
    >Import>Existing Projects Into Workspace
  4. Select NEXT
  5. Click BROWSE
  6. Navigate to your workspace (e.g., C:\stem\workspace). You should see the new project folder you just extracted
  7. Select it (or Select ALL)
  8. Click finish

Similarly, you can select existing projects and Export them into an archive that you may then share with a colleague.

The following page contains more detailed information 
on several  STEM Sample Projects available for download