The validation in Eclipse is catching what it deems “errors” in the framework I’ve been using just fine.
Project -> Properties -> Validation -> “Suspend all validators” doesn’t work.
Enabling the above-mentioned checkbox and setting all validation issues to “Ignore” doesn’t work either.
Each time one of these settings changes, it does a build and immediately all the “errors” are found and subsequently prevent an otherwise known-good build.
Is there any way to perform client side form validation when JavasSript is disabled in browser?
Mysterious Eclipse JSP Validation Errors
Eclipse (Helios) occasionally marks valid looking JSP content as having errors. It seems like it often breaks when I use the <c:if> tag. For example, in a JSP with just this content: <%@ tagl
Eclipse console errors generating ‘R’ error
I am getting the following 2 errors on eclipse console as soon as i create a new activity [2013-06-20 19:06:12 – Pingcampus] ‘default’ is not a best match for any device/locale combination. [2013-06-2
- Right click your project
- Select Source tab (It looks similar to the Java Build Path Source tab)
- Expand source folder
- Highlight Excluded pattern
- Click Edit button
- Click Add button next to Exclusion patterns box.
- Open your project’s .project file in a text editor.
- Remove the line <nature>org.eclipse.wst.jsdt.core.jsNature</nature>
- Refresh your project
You actually have to disable the global builder settings , to do that :
Right Click Project => Build Path => Configure Build Path => Builders
Then Save the Configuration and make a clean build.
If none of the above steps(unchecking,excluding etc) work….After disabling the validator…delete the js file and add it back into the Workspace.
Assuming you do the steps as specified in the accepted answer of this thread, As an example, in order to exclude all .js files from dojo folder recursively, add dojo/**/*.js
I believe this is caused by this bug in Eclipse Web Tools <3.5.2
@Marek describes a work around to remove the errors if you are using an affected version of Eclipse Web Tools. However, a better solution might be to update to Eclipse >=4.3 and use Eclipse Web Tools >=3.5.2
I tried all of the above and none worked. This worked for me after playing about with it,
- Right click on the little side bar that the errors appear on.
- Click preferences.
- Deselect “Report problems as you type”.
- Click apply and OK.