Jdeveloper application navigator not visible
There is no visual representation of the whole repository available as shown in the image above. To get such a representation we need to install a third party tool msysGit in my case, or Tortoise Git which can run in parallel on a Win7 machine. As the name of the branch indicates we add a class to the project which implements a simple calculator.
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We need to play close attention to the different views and what they tell us. To switch to the new branch we need to checkout the branch. We need to refresh the project e. Now we add an other method in the calculator class which should multiply to parameters and return the result.
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After that we commit the change and the repository looks like:. The procedure is the same we already saw before. The result in JDeveloper looks like:. After committing the changes, in multiple commit cycles to get a better visibility of the different branches, the repository look like:. After this work is done the repository look like:. The resulting repository now looks like. We could have done the merge the other way around. This would give us a repository looking like:. We can create another branch from every other tag or branch currently present in the repository.
Still we are able to create the new branch. A look at the repository after all this:.
Make yourself familiar with the technique and how to use it. This is especially true after some wild changes to different branches. We may end up with a confusing repository like. Are the source paths configured under 'Project Source Paths' in the properties of the project? Though I did not do it manually but I checked it. Others are able to see the src code of same project.
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Just wanted to add some more information: Some more information - I copied my project folder from my wincvs cvs location to different location and tried to open application. This worked correctly and java files got shown. Now I am not sure what I should do to make both wincvs and jdev work together. JDeveloper relies on having a jpr file that describes where the files are - if you don't have this in your CVS repository - you'll need to create this in JDeveloper.
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Any idea? Is this a known problem? Answer Watch. Like 1 person likes this. Eduardo Mallmann Atlassian Team Mar 04,