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Adding image files to ApplicationController with initial letters >"H"

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Hello.
Whenever I add files (image, mostly png) with an initial letter of i or "bigger", they dont show up in the applicationController/ressources/images/... directory in the Application Navigator.
Folders don't show up at all, and if there is a folder with a smaller letter than any image file, then all the following image files aren't shown.

Weird bug i have to say..
Kind regards,
Pascal
  • 1. Re: Adding image files to ApplicationController with initial letters >"H"
    DenisT Explorer
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    Pascal, what is your intent here? Are you going to use these images in a springboard or some other content? If so, they would go under the public_html folder on your drive which is visualized in JDev as your "Web Content" folder. If you place files or folders under the ApplicationController/src folder, they will show up under "Application Sources" in JDev.

    If you really want to include a specific folder as a resource, you can go to the project properties of the ApplicationController project, select "Project Source Paths", expand it and select "Resources". Then in the bottom section you can add a folder and it will then be included in your "Resources" of your ApplicationController project. I'm still not sure this is actually what you want though.


    I should note as well, I did not see or reproduce the problem you are seeing with filenames > H. Could you post exactly what you have in your directory structure on disk as well as what you see in JDev.

    Edited by: Denis T on Jul 26, 2012 9:00 AM

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