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Update instructions for new layout and helios

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@@ -106,7 +106,7 @@ You can easily start an EC2 instance, pre-configured with EAP 5.1. You need to c
You can then start the EC2 instance using:
- mvn ec2:start
+ mvn -Pec2-start
The plugin will wait for the instance to start. JBoss AS is installed as a service, so will start
automatically.
@@ -151,11 +151,12 @@ With these installed, you can import ticket monster into Eclipse using
_Import Projects -> Import Maven Project_ and the project will automatically set up the
classpath and have CDI and JSF support added.
-You should enable the maven profile for the target server. Go to _Properties -> Maven -> Active Profiles_;
-to work with work with JBoss EAP 5.1 enter "eap-51", or for JBoss AS 6 enter "jboss-6".
+You should enable the maven profile for the target server. For `ticket-monster-jsf`, go to
+_Properties -> Maven -> Active Profiles_; to work with JBoss EAP 5.1 enter "eap-51", or
+for JBoss AS 6 enter "jboss-6".
Unfortunately, m2eclipse doesn't support alternative locations for `web.xml` or additional web
-resources, so we have to tell eclipse about this ourselves. Go to _Properties -> Module Assembly_
+resources, so we have to tell eclipse about this ourselves. Go to _Properties -> Deployment Assembly_
and then hit _Add Folder..._. If you are using JBoss EAP 5.1, you need to add `src/eap-51/webapp`
or for JBoss AS 6, you need to add `src/jboss-6/webapp`.

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