How do I move a Minecraft saved world from my desktop to my server?

I’ve been working a lot on my world on my computer in single player mode. My dad got me a server and so I want to transfer my world onto my server. How is this possible?

I noticed that in %appdata%\roaming\.minecraft\saves, the directories in there look a lot like the world directory on my server. Can I simply transfer my saves directory to my server?

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    I wanted to create a flat land multiplayer bukkit server, perfect for building. I was able to.
    Yes, there are saves in %appdata%\roaming.minecraft\saves that you can use. All you need to do is drop it into the server folder after you have createde it and specify the in the server config file (World_Name=) and write the name of you world.

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