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Java Package Explorer Oddity [message #1041908] Mon, 15 April 2013 18:47 Go to next message
Chris Barlock is currently offline Chris BarlockFriend
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We have one Java package, com.ibm.tivoli.ccm.sr that, in the Java Package Explorer displays as com.ibm.tivoli.ccm with an sr folder underneath and the set of Java source files in the sr folder. Picture is attached.

All of the files in this directory tree have:

package com.ibm.tivoli.ccm.sr;

Of the many Java packages in our project, this is the only one that does this. Any ideas as to why this is so?

Chris
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Re: Java Package Explorer Oddity [message #1041983 is a reply to message #1041908] Mon, 15 April 2013 21:13 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Click on the .java and hit mouse button 2 and select Properties. This
will tell you exactly where on your file system this file is found.

Is the file within a jar, and what path in the jar is the file located?
If not that then someone messed up and put the java file under the sr
folder instead of the real folder for the class.


Rich Kulp
Re: Java Package Explorer Oddity [message #1042039 is a reply to message #1041983] Mon, 15 April 2013 23:19 Go to previous message
Chris Barlock is currently offline Chris BarlockFriend
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Just figured it out. These files aren't currently used. Someone added an "excluded" entry for the package in the .classpath file.

Chris
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