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Hi All,

I have a very basic JDeveloper question. I'm new to it and this problem has been driving me crazy.

I closed the Run window at the bottom of the screen and I cannot get it back! I scoured the Window and View menus, plus all context menus but I cannot find where to reopen the Run window again. How do I get it back?

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perhpas this would help:
http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E24382_01/user.1112/e17455/run_debug_java.htm

19.2 Understanding the Run Manager

The Run Manager keeps track of processes that are run, debugged, or profiled. When two or more such processes are active at the same time, the Run Manager window is automatically displayed. When a process has completed, it is automatically removed from the Run Manager.

To open the Run Manager:

    Choose View > Run Manager from the main menu.

To terminate a process with the Run Manager:

    Right-click a process in the Run Manager and choose Terminate from the context menu.

To view the Run Log:

    Right-click a process in the Run Manager and choose View Log from the context menu.
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Thanks for the pointers but unfortunately I still can't get the Run window to appear.  This is the window that shows the output and exceptions of the program's execution when you press the run (green triangle) icon.  View Log in the Run Manager didn't do anything.
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Wait! I found it!

View --> Log (ctrl-shift-L)

and I now see my long list of exceptions (doh!)
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