|Re: Can I set a JSP "source path"? [message #230588 is a reply to message #230572]
||Wed, 22 April 2009 22:21
| Nitin Dahyabhai
Registered: July 2009
> I created a dynamic web project, and pointed at some existing code.
> There is no WebContent structure in that code today. Instead, there are
> various directories like test, misc, perf, and so on.
> WTP is walking the directory tree and compiling/validating everything it
> can find.
> With Java, you can do Project > Build Path > Source, and you can specify
> which directories to include and which to exclude.
> I was hoping to find that same sort of thing for JSPs...but haven't
> found it yet.
> Is there a way to configure my web project so that it does not consider
> certain directories? I want it to find JSP source in the webapps folder
> and the WEB-INF folder, but nowhere else.
The Validation preference page should contain a button in the
Settings column for the JSP Syntax Validator. You can modify the
filtering rules there.
Eclipse WTP Source Editing
Eclipse WTP, IBM
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