Tip for CFEclipse/CF Frameworks Explorer

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As I mentioned earlier today, Mark Drew has released the CF Frameworks Explorer for CFEclipse. One feature I couldn't get working right was the "Open Include" option for my views in my ModelGlue XML.

The problem was that the explorer couldn't translate my ColdSpring view mapping (/adobeopen/views) to a proper folder.

All it took was right clicking on my project in Eclipse, selecting Set CF Mapping, and naming it adobeopen.

I was then able to immediately open my views from the explorer. It's amazing how easy it is to get support when you can walk up to Mark and bug him. ;)

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Archived Comments

Comment 1 by Dan Lancelot posted on 5/13/2007 at 6:57 PM

I've got the same problem using mapped circuits within a FB5.1 application.

I added the root folder as a mapping, but I still could not see any of the settings / fuseactions for my non relative circuits - all the relative ones were picked up fine...