[Eclipse] JAR Class Finder

Tips 2009.05.14 14:22 Posted by 애플자라

JAR Class Finder는 원하는 클래스 파일이 어느 JAR 파일에 포함되어 있는지를 검색해주는 툴로서, IBM alphaWorks에서 만든 Eclipse/WSAD 플러그인입니다. 개인적으로 오래전부터 매우 유용하게 사용하고 있는 플러그인입니다. 단점은 플러그인이기때문에 당연히 Eclipse나 WSAD를 띄운 상태에서만 사용할 수 있다는 것입니다.

Getting JarClassFinder to work in Rational Application Developer v7.x

 Technote (troubleshooting)
 
Problem(Abstract)
As packaged, JarClassFinder cannot be used with Rational Application Developer (RAD) version 7.x
 
Symptom
 
Cause
This is due to a difference in the Eclipse plug-in architecture between RAD 6.x (Eclipse 3.0.2) and RAD 7.x (Eclipse 3.2.1)
 
Resolving the problem
Here is an updated JarClassFinder for RAD7.
  1. Copy this jar file ( com.ibm.hursley.jarclassfinder_2.1.0.jar ) to your
    <RAD-INSTALL-DIR>\plugins\ directory.
    <RAD-INSTALL-DIR> is where Eclipse.exe exists.This is NOT the SDP70Shared folder.
  2. Delete any old jarclassfinder directories you might have copied to that directory in the past.
  3. Start a command-line prompt, navigate to the <RAD-INSTALL-DIR> directory, where "eclipse.exe" is located.
  4. Start RAD with the "-clean" parameter : eclipse.exe -clean

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Alternatively, use the JarClassFinder. 2.0.1 version available at
http://alphaworks.ibm.com/tech/jarclassfinder/download
  1. Extract the contents of the JarClassFinder.zip.
    You will see 2 unzipped directories -- "license" and "plugins".
  2. Copy the com.ibm.wpst.hursley.jarclassfinder_2.0.3 folder in the unzipped "plugins" directory to your
    <RAD-INSTALL-DIR>\plugins\ directory.
    <RAD-INSTALL-DIR> is where Eclipse.exe exists.This is NOT the SDP70Shared folder.
  3. Start a command-line prompt, navigate to the <RAD-INSTALL-DIR> directory, where "eclipse.exe" is located.
  4. Start RAD with the "-clean" parameter : eclipse.exe -clean

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After RAD starts, you should be able to find the button for the JarClassFinder on the Toolbar:





If you do not see the JarClassFinder icon on the Toolbar, go to
Window > Show View > Other ... > Other (expand) > Jar Class Finder View: