JDeveloper 10.1.3 Tip: Sharing Working Sets with your Team
By Sandra Muller on Sep 05, 2006
A working set allows you to define a set of files (a subset of project source path contents) that you want to work with. For large projects, you may want to work with a small subset of the source files (for example, all the files in a given package, plus a few others). Typically, you would perform the following actions scoped to the working set:
- Find usages
- Open [JDevHome]/jdev/system/oracle.ide.10.1.3.36.73/projects/index.xml and finding the entry for the JDeveloper project on which you defined the working sets.
- The entry in index.xml references a working set definition file in the [JDevHome]/jdev/system/oracle.ide.10.1.3.36.73/projects folder.
- Possibly rename this (project-specific) working set definition file to a more meaningful name.
- Share this working set definition file with your team, and tell everyone to change the project entry in their own [JDevHome]/jdev/system/oracle.ide.10.1.3.36.73/projects/index.xml to let it point to the new file. (And don't forget to do that yourself as well, if you changed the name ;-)