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how to configure the eclipse, so that if i click on the method call it should go to t

srinu reddyreddy
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Hi
how to configure the eclipse, so that if i click on the method call it should go to the definition of the method
it is saying that project is not in the build path, how to put the project in the build path.
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Srinu,
Is it a project or jar? Either way, you add it to the build path through right clicking the project and selecting properties. The tab on the build path screen is determined by whether it is a project or a jar.


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