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View Saved Search Results XML Dreamweaver

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I did a search on my entire web folder.  It took about 3 hours.  I saved the results in xml format.  I want them in the Results pane so that I can click on them and open the pages that they're associated with.

How do I get the xml results in the Results pane?
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Hi smoothcat11,

I'm really unclear as to what you are trying to do here... the Results pane is for search results from within Dreamweaver.  If you ran the search from there, the results would show up there automatically.

If you want to be able to see you entire web folder in the FILES panel, then just create a site that uses your web folder as the root folder.

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I saved those results.  It saves to an xml file. I closed Dreamweaver. I want the xml file in the results pane again.  Any help would be appreciated.  Thanks.
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