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RE: [wtp-dev] How I could restart Project Explorer in J2EE perspective


Yavor,

This sounds like a defect.  The project navigator should update for you on facet and runtime changes.  What version of WTP are you on?  The common navigator was a work in progress throughout Eclipse 3.x and is in better shape now in  WTP 1.5.2.

Thanks,

John Lanuti
Software Engineer, IBM Rational
IBM Software Lab - Research Triangle Park, NC
jlanuti@xxxxxxxxxx
t/l 441-7861



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Just for clarification:
 
I know that WTP uses J2EEContentProvider as a content provider for the deployment descriptor. I suppose that my problem will be solved if I call method J2EEContentProvider.inputChanged, but I don’t know how to get the viewer.
Could you please tell me what is the correct way to refresh the Navigator?

 
Best Regards
Yavor


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[wtp-dev] How I could restart Project Explorer in J2EE perspective

Hi,

I should implement migration process (changing facets, runtimes etc) for our projects. When I try to expand the migrated project I note that deployment descriptor was disappears, if I restart “Project Explorer” view (close and opening again) then the deployment descriptor appear.

Could you please tell me how I should solve this problem?

Best Regards
Yavor
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