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Need to see eclipse tree view of web.xml

Posted on 2014-01-14
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Hi,

In the eclipse Java EE perspective I want to open the web.xml in tree mode as shown in the screen shot below (this is what I want)

tree_mode_which_is_required
but I am always getting the xml source/design view but not the tree view. (as shown below this is what I always get)

How can I fix this ?



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Where is that screenshot (the first one) from then? Are you saying that some projects are displaying like that but the one from the second screenshot isn't? Or is that first screenshot from someone/somewhere else and is not actually from your PC.

As far as I know, Eclipse doesn't have anything like this built-in. It's a bit hard to tell from the very small screenshot but it looks like it might be the JBoss Tools plugin that is implementing that editor. Try looking here... http://www.jboss.org/tools
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Thank you so much !!
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Not a problem, glad to help! :)
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