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is a .project file necessary to open a BIRT .rptdesign file in Eclipse? [message #1830869] Wed, 05 August 2020 14:24 Go to next message
David Daniels is currently offline David DanielsFriend
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When I try to open a BIRT .rptdesign file and I double-click on the report name under Eclipse Project Explorer, I am seeing a prompt stating "The project description file (.project) ... is missing."

Is there a way to open .rptdesign files without having the .project file?

Is this like a source that I need to obtain from the author of the report in order to modify it?

Thanks,

David
Re: is a .project file necessary to open a BIRT .rptdesign file in Eclipse? [message #1831098 is a reply to message #1830869] Tue, 11 August 2020 18:55 Go to previous message
Thomas Gutmann is currently offline Thomas GutmannFriend
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Hello David,

You can open a .rptdesign-file directly on the eclipse environment with the option "open file".
On this way an project file isn't necessary.

Kind regards
Thomas
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