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How do I get text search back on the toolbar


mark byrd (14712030) | asked Dec 17 '13, 8:55 a.m.
After adding IBM's Memory Analyzer and CGMV tools to my RAD8, I lost the search tool (flashlight) from the toolbar. I still have the context sensitive search, but that does not include text search. When I try to customize the toolbar to add search, it is not listed.

How do I get text search back on the toolbar. Thanks.

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mark byrd commented Dec 17 '13, 9:13 a.m.

The option is called "file search, not "text search". 


Karl Weinert commented Dec 17 '13, 9:37 a.m.
JAZZ DEVELOPER

How did you install the Memory analyzer and I'm not sure what CGMV is but how did you install that as well?
Can you attach a screen shot of the toolbar and the customize dialog?
(be sure to use the insert image from the toolbar, pasting the image looks like it works but it does not show up in the actual post)

In the meantime, is the search menu still available? That seems to open the same dialog as the search icon and lets me select the appropriate tab once it has been opened.


mark byrd commented Dec 17 '13, 2:09 p.m.

 I used help install new software  



mark byrd commented Dec 17 '13, 2:10 p.m.
- BIRT Chart Framework, 2.6.2.r262_v20101008-7f9T7OFPWowQ1naKt1Wwu4, org.eclipse.birt.chart.feature.group
- BIRT Chart OSGi Runtime Feature, 2.6.2.r262_v20101025-7pA07UFXyNCqK4YeHKOHG4, org.eclipse.birt.chart.osgi.runtime.feature.group
- BIRT Engine OSGi Runtime SDK Feature, 2.6.2.r262_v20101008-57B381wLglLKxfjdt881PQeMU42p, org.eclipse.birt.osgi.runtime.sdk.feature.group
- BIRT Framework, 2.6.2.r262_v20101008-9iF7A9JGHMBCRz-R8tbxRel8kQrI, org.eclipse.birt.feature.group

mark byrd commented Dec 17 '13, 2:11 p.m.
- [Tech Preview] HeapAnalyzer, 4.5.2.00, com.ibm.esupport.tool.heapanalyzer.feature.feature.group
- IBM Extensions for Memory Analyzer - Java SE Extensions (Tech Preview), 1.1.1.201308292129, com.ibm.java.diagnostics.memory.analyzer.jse.feature.feature.group
- IBM Extensions for Memory Analyzer - Utilities (required) (Tech Preview), 1.1.1.201308292129, com.ibm.java.diagnostics.memory.analyzer.util.feature.feature.group
- IBM Extensions for Memory Analyzer - WebSphere Application Server Extensions  (Tech Preview), 1.1.1.201308292129, com.ibm.java.diagnostics.memory.analyzer.was.feature.feature.group
- IBM Monitoring and Diagnostic Tools for Java - Dump Analyzer, 2.2.2.20131025151944, com.ibm.java.diagnostics.dbda.isav4.feature.feature.group
- IBM Monitoring and Diagnostic Tools for Java - Memory Analyzer, 1.2.0.201310310704, com.ibm.java.diagnostics.memory.analyzer.feature.feature.group


mark byrd commented Dec 17 '13, 2:15 p.m.

 - IBM Monitoring and Diagnostic Tools for Java - Memory Analyzer 64-bit Windows, 1.2.0.201311081506, com.ibm.mat64.win.feature.feature.group

- IBM Monitoring and Diagnostic Tools for Java™ - Garbage Collection and Memory Visualizer, 2.7.0.201303270915, com.ibm.java.diagnostics.visualizer.feature.feature.group

Cntl + H gives this no matter what perspective
J2EE perspective (no file search)
Java Perspective (still no file search)
Customize
Windows preferences (lost General so could not try one of the fixes)
Toolbar


mark byrd commented Dec 17 '13, 2:15 p.m.

 Tried these without luck


Another developer installed GCMV, but not Memory Analyzer or HeapAnalyzer, and he still has file search.


mark byrd commented Dec 18 '13, 7:59 a.m.

I backed out, one at a time, the following with no improvement ...

- IBM Monitoring and Diagnostic Tools for Java - Dump Analyzer, 2.2.2.20131025151944, com.ibm.java.diagnostics.dbda.isav4.feature.feature.group
- [Tech Preview] HeapAnalyzer, 4.5.2.00, com.ibm.esupport.tool.heapanalyzer.feature.feature.group
- IBM Extensions for Memory Analyzer - Java SE Extensions (Tech Preview), 1.1.1.201308292129, com.ibm.java.diagnostics.memory.analyzer.jse.feature.feature.group
- IBM Extensions for Memory Analyzer - Utilities (required) (Tech Preview), 1.1.1.201308292129, com.ibm.java.diagnostics.memory.analyzer.util.feature.feature.group
- IBM Extensions for Memory Analyzer - WebSphere Application Server Extensions  (Tech Preview), 1.1.1.201308292129, 
- BIRT Engine OSGi Runtime SDK Feature, 2.6.2.r262_v20101008-57B381wLglLKxfjdt881PQeMU42p, org.eclipse.birt.osgi.runtime.sdk.feature.group 


mark byrd commented Dec 18 '13, 8:01 a.m. | edited Dec 18 '13, 8:01 a.m.

I backed out these two next, and the problem went away ...

- IBM Monitoring and Diagnostic Tools for Java - Memory Analyzer, 1.2.0.201310310704, com.ibm.java.diagnostics.memory.analyzer.feature.feature.group
- IBM Monitoring and Diagnostic Tools for Java - Memory Analyzer 64-bit Windows, 1.2.0.201311081506, com.ibm.mat64.win.feature.feature.group


mark byrd commented Dec 18 '13, 8:06 a.m.

I got the original install instructions from https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/blogs/troubleshootingjava/entry/ma_in_eclipse?lang=en 


Im running 
RAD Version: 8.0.4.3 Build ID: RADO8043-I20131006_2323
Eclipse Platform Version: 3.6.2.r362_v20110210-9gF78Gs1FrIGnHDHWkEcopoN8AmxeZflGDGKQi Build id: M20110210-1200
Windows 7 SP1 64bit  



Karl Weinert commented Dec 18 '13, 8:12 a.m.
JAZZ DEVELOPER

I wasn't able to repro but I'll try again with the exact version you are using.
I noticed a few references to RAD in the Stack Overflow link you posted so it may be reproducible.

Did the general option also come back under Windows preferences?


mark byrd commented Dec 18 '13, 8:15 a.m.

Yes. the General option came back too. 

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