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How to Open Open a View Using Id in Eclipse Rcp

1.) Create a new HelloWorld RCP project 2.) Open the plugin.xml file and click the Extension tab 3.) Add the extension org.eclipse.ui.comman...

1.) Create a new HelloWorld RCP project 2.) Open the plugin.xml file and click the Extension tab 3.) Add the extension org.eclipse.ui.commands a.) right click and select New->command b.) set the command's id to command.showView c.) set the defaultHandler to org.eclipse.ui.handlers.ShowViewHandler 4.) Add a parameter to the command a.) right click the command.showView b.) select New->commandParameter c.) set its id to org.eclipse.ui.views.showView.viewId d.) name=viewId e.) values=org.eclipse.ui.internal.registry.ViewParameterValues 5.) Now we need to create the menu a.) add the extension org.eclipse.ui.menus b.) right click and select New->menuContribution c.) sets the locationURI=menu:org.eclipse.ui.main.menu 6.) Attach the command to the menu a.) right click the menuContribution select New->command b.) sets the commandId=org.irri.jicis.administration.command.showView c.) label=Show View 7.) Add a parameter to the menu a.) right click the "Show View" command, select New->parameter b.) set the name=org.eclipse.ui.views.showView.viewId c.) value=an existing view id (I assume you already know how to create a view with a view id) hint: add an extension org.eclipse.ui.views

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