An Atelier project is the top-level container of all the source files and related resources for an application or feature. All Atelier resources must be part of a project.
A project is stored as a directory in your workspace, which is on your client machine's local file system. To find the local file path for any resource in your workspace, right-click the item and select Properties from the menu. You should see a line labeled Location on the Resource page. The line is circled in the following image. This information is also available in the Properties view.
Each project is associated with a server connection. Source code in the project is sent to this server to be compiled, run, and debugged.
You can use sub-directories in the project directory to further organize resources in the project. The default organizational approach is to group resources related to a package in a directory named for the package, referred to as the package directory structure.
Atelier Server Connection
Configuring a Server Connection
Creating an Atelier Project
Creating an Atelier Class File
Creating an Atelier Routine File
Server Explorer View