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Eclipse Java Development User Guide
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Showing an Element in the Package Explorer View

You can reveal an element's location in the Package Explorer view

    1. Select a Java element or activate a Java editor.
    2. From the menu bar, select Navigate > Show In > Package Explorer. If the Package Explorer is not already open, then it opens in the current perspective. The workbench navigates to the selected element (or the edited compilation unit).
  • From the Java editor's pop-up menu, select Show In > Package Explorer. The currently edited compilation unit will be revealed.

Note: The element might not be revealed if Package Explorer filters are active or the Show Members in Package Explorer preference is cleared on the Opens the Appearance preference page Java > Appearance preference page.

Related concepts

Java views

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Setting execution arguments

Related reference

Java preference page
Package explorer


 
 
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