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I am using Oracle JDeveloper for the first time. I have a question on the features the JDeveloper has to offer. I have mulitple Applications in my workspace. I would like to know if JDeveloper has an option to close/open projects.
For example, in Exclipse or Websphere, there is a project tab in the top toolbar which has open and close options. When you select a project from the workspace, and then click Project -> close, the project is greyed out and the project contents are no longer expandable/viewable. The project is in your workspace, but it is just not accessible until you open it again.
Is this fetaure available in JDeveloper. I did look, but I could not find it. This helps me a lot because I sometimes work with many versions of the same application and it helps me not to get all mixed up.

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You might want to try that question on the JDeveloper OTN forum:

http://forums.oracle.com/forums/forum.jspa?forumID=83
 
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