eclipse project showing a red check mark

Hi,

I recently imported a project in eclipse and one by one added all the dependent jars etc. Now in the project none of the .java files are showing any errors. But the project at the head node still shows a red check mark. I also refreshed and exited eclipse and came back again.

Now I have no idea now where to look for this. Any pointers ? Any log files etc where I can find any further issues
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anshumaEngineeringAsked:
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for_yanCommented:
Type "eclipse red check" in the search in the EE page on top search box - you'll find all sorts of advice
for_yanCommented:
for_yanCommented:
So, I guess this ios the fisrt step:
. You can go to the "Problems"-Tab (right next to console output) and see the error message, so maybe you can narrow it down that way.

Post what you see with the problems tab

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for_yanCommented:
also check this advice:

Try doing a rebuild. I've found that the red x's don't always disappear until a rebuild is done.
Sharon SethCommented:
Couple of reasons :
- Required projects on the build path might be missing
- Still some jars might be missing
- There might be nothing missing . You might want to do a clean build in this case
- Instead of guessing ,best way  is to chk the problems tab
mccarlIT Business Systems Analyst / Software DeveloperCommented:
Go to "Windows" menu, "show View" submenu, and then choose "Markers" (If markers isn't there choose "Other" down the bottom and then find Markers)

This should show you the reason why there is still errors.
gudii9Commented:
Check the all the required jars carefully, sometimes jar might be corrupted. If that is the case replace them with correct one. Then refresh and restart the applications.  Here is good tips link  to trouble shoot, fix some of the issues

http://help.eclipse.org/indigo/index.jsp?topic=%2Forg.eclipse.jdt.doc.user%2Ftips%2Fjdt_tips.html
anshumaEngineeringAuthor Commented:
thank you all
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