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From Srinivas_Birag...@3com.com
Subject Re: Plz Help, Urgent
Date Thu, 10 Aug 2006 15:10:29 GMT




In Netbeans also ..right click on the parent folder(which have jsp, java
and xml files) in projects menu(left pane) then click  find .

Thanks,
Srinivas.




                                                                           
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In Eclipse, there is an option Search -> File. This will search a
particular word in all the files.

I am not sure how to do it in Netbeans.

Thanks,
-Kalpesh

Shervin Asgari <shervin@linpro.no> wrote:   No this is not correct. The
problem is that he must search all content
in all files containing menuitems with small letters. Somewhere he has
forgotten to change this from menuitems to MenuItems

Shervin

Pillay, Kiren KN wrote:
> Hi
>
> I'm not sure if grep -r does this also, but you can also use:
>
> find . -name '*.jsp' -exec grep  {} \;
>
> Regards
> Kiren
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Shervin Asgari [mailto:shervin@linpro.no]
> Sent: 10 August 2006 13:53 PM
> To: Struts Users Mailing List
> Subject: Re: Plz Help, Urgent
>
> You cannot use find, because find does not search inside a file. You
> have to use grep
>
> Shervin Asgari - System Consultant
>
>
>
> Medicherla Lakshmi wrote:
>
>> i tried to search in the application using "find" for any file by name
>>
> menuitems.jsp with case, it did not give me any results.
>
>>   Thatz the reason, am not able to understand where is the problem
>>
> like.
>
>> Shervin Asgari  wrote:
>>   I don't think you have changed everywhere. Try searching for
>> menuitems If you have Linux then try grep -r menuitems * if nothing,
>> then try grep -ri menuitems *
>>
>> Shervin Asgari - System Consultant
>>
>>
>>
>> Medicherla Lakshmi wrote:
>>
>>
>>> No, i changed everywhere.
>>>
>>> kalpesh modi wrote: It seems that you have not changed the JSP name
>>>
> in your forward. You are still forwarding to the old JSP in your code.
>
>>> Thanks,
>>> -Kalpesh
>>>
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