As far as I can tell, the XML editor in Eclipse is buggy as all get-out and can't be expected to do much of anything reliably. I was relieved when a recent update finally kept it from actually corrupting my text whenever I reformatted it.
In theory, you're supposed to be able to set up a DTD/schema library and XML that has the proper definition references in it should prompt. In practice, this often doesn't seem to work for me.
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Joined: Dec 23, 2008
Thanks for your reply.
I did come across a plugin that works at most times for XML Code Completion.
We just need to put this jar file in the plug in folder of the eclipse.
The jar's name is tk.eclipse.plugin.htmleditor_18.104.22.168.jar.