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Eclipse Web Tools Guide
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Disabling validation

You can disable one or more validators individually or disable validation entirely. Also, you can set validation settings for your entire workspace and for individual projects.

To disable validators in your project or workspace, complete the following steps:

  1. Click Window > Preferences and select Validation in the left pane. The Validation page of the Preferences window lists the validators available in your project and their settings.
  2. To disable individual validators, clear the check boxes next to each validator that you want to disable. Each validator has a check box to specify whether it is enabled for manual validation or on a build.
  3. Optional: You can also change the following check box options on this page:
    Option Description
    Allow projects to override these preference settings Select to set individual validation settings for one or more of your projects.
    Suspend all validators Select to prevent validation at the global level. If you select this check box, you can still enable validation at the project level.
  4. Click OK.
If you want to set individual validation settings for one or more of your projects, see Overriding global validation preferences


 
 
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