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Eclipse Java Development User Guide
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Finding Strings to Externalize

To find strings to externalize:

  • In a Java view (e.g. Package Explorer), select a set of packages, source folders or projects.
  • From the menu bar, select Source > Externalize Strings...
  • A dialog comes up with a list of all compilation units that have some non-externalized strings
  • In the dialog, you can double click on a listed compilation unit or press the Externalize button to open the Externalize Strings wizard

Related concepts
String externalization

Related tasks
Finding unused and incorrectly used keys in property files

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Externalize strings wizard
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