How to set up context parameter of a web application

Hi,
I am tring to deploy a ear file to J2EE Engine 7.1
with the help of import feature of NWDS.
Is there any option to set the value of the context parameters defined in web.xml inside the ear.
Regards,
Chitra

Thanks for your response.
Th e version no. of IE Tab is 4.0.20130422 and it is from https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/ie-tab/
Look forward your reply.Thank you in advance.

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