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source code formatting in workshop 8.1

will boyd
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hi,

i am new to weblogic server/workshop (have used it for less than 1 month). i have used intellij idea (an ide) extensively for the last 3 years. i have also used eclipse. is there a plugin or something for workshop 8.1 that formats/styles the source code on command the way intellij and eclipse does? or will i have to work with my weblogic projects from within an intellij project in order to be able to format/style my source code on command? by formatting/styling i mean: spacing/indenting; bracket/parenthesis positioning; import statements, etc.

for instance, in intellij idea 4.0, i can do a "Control + Alt + L" key command and apply predefined global formatting to either the one source file i'm editing at that moment or all of the source files in the project. eclipse does formatting (using the jalopy plugin) with a "Control + F10" key command (if i recall correctly).
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
 
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