Trying to find mappings for some eclipse functionalities

I am a newbie IntelliJ IDEA user and am using the community edition of this IDE as part of exploring it.
I have been an eclipse user so far and am trying to find out some of the things in IDEA which relate to how things work in the eclipse world.

Was wondering if someone could please help me with it.

In eclipse : Project > Properties > TestNG > Template XML File.
What does this do : Using the above option I can basically instruct the TestNG plugin that it has to refer to a given suite xml file for loading listeners/reading default parameters etc.,

Is this functionality available in the community editon? If yes, how do I do this in the IntelliJ community edition ?

In eclipse : On a maven project, double click pom file and open it in pom editor which gives you a "Maven dependency hierarchy view".
What does this do: Using the above option, I can open up the pom file and search through dependencies. This view has a 2 pane window, wherein the left pane tells me all the artifacts that are bringing in a the artifact that I am searching for, and the right pane tells me the version of the artifact that got resolved for my project. This view helps me in figuring out maven version conflicts and add exclusions accordingly very easily.

Is this functionality available in the community editon? If yes, how do I do this in the IntelliJ community edition ?

In eclipse : On a class (or) a method, I could just right click and say "Show references".
What does this do : Using the above option, I could find out all the sections of the code that have a reference to the selected method/class.

Is this functionality available in the community editon? If yes, how do I do this in the IntelliJ community edition ?


Can someone please help me with this ?

Here's some additional information:

I am running on Mavericks OS on a MAC.
I am using IntelliJ IDEA v 13.1.3 community edition.

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For maven dependency view, download this plugin - Maven Helper

"Show references" = "Find usages"   - alt+F7

also try meta+shift+A to find actions by name

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