A compiled Java source file.
A Java source file.
A field inside a type.
Represents a collection of import declarations. These can be seen in the Outline view.
A single package import declaration.
A static or instance initializer inside a type.
JAR (Java archive) files are containers for compiled Java source files. They can be associated with an archive (such as, ZIP, JAR) as a source attachment. The children of
JAR files are packages. JAR files can be either compressed or uncompressed.
Java elements are Java projects, packages, compilation units, class files, types, methods and fields.
An editable file that is compiled into a byte code (CLASS) file.
Projects which contain compilable Java source code and are the containers for source folders or packages.
Java development tools. Workbench components that allow you to write, edit, execute, and debug Java code.
Java runtime environment (for example, J9, JDK, and so on).
A method or constructor inside a type.
The declaration of a package inside a compilation unit.
A group of types that contain Java compilation units and CLASS files.
A comprehensive code editing feature that helps you improve, stabilize, and maintain your Java code. It allows you to make a system-wide coding change without affecting the
semantic behavior of the system.
A type inside a compilation unit or CLASS file.
A folder that contains Java packages.
Version control management. This term refers to the various repository and versioning features in the workbench.
Java development tools (JDT)
Frequently asked questions on JDT