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To see compilation error..what I need to do ?

 
pramod upadhyay
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Hi All,

I am using IDE - Eclipse 3.1.1. This is MyEclipse
I am new to Eclipse. I have expertise with IBM RAD and Weblogic IDE's.
I am facing one problem......In Webspher IRad if i miss any Import it used to show me RED bulb at the left indicating wrong sign. But in Eclipse it�s not showing. I am not sure is it meant to be that way or it must shows compilation Error?.....If it shows compilation error..what I need to do to get that?

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you are using eclipse or myeclipse?

Well in eclipse the code is compiled automatically and thus an error is displayed as you see in other IDEs.

I am not sure of myeclipse.
 
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Welcome to JavaRanch

You can set options in Eclipse, either via Windows->Preferences or r-click a project->Properties. If you have anything marked as "error" it usually appears with a red icon with X on the left, and "warning" appears with a yellow triangular icon.
Let the mouse pointer hover on the X and it tells you what the error is. There is often a yellow bulb associated; clicking that will give a drop-down window with possible solutions.
 
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Thanks ravi. I am using Myeclipse

Thanks Campbell ---- My problem is myeclipse does not showing me 'error" with a red icon with x on left. can you suggest what I need to do in project -> properties?

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Anybody has some idea to check compilation error in MyEclipse??
 
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Don't know for MyEclipse. Sorry.

Anybody else?
 
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Pramod,
Is this for JSPs? Eclipse itself displays the red X for Java code so that would be the same in MyEclipse and RAD.
 
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Its for EJB's . and Action beans of Struts. My application does not have any JSP code
 
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Then it should show up. The only think I can think of is to check the properties for the project. Maybe the Java validator is turned off?
 
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