Shortcut missing

Maybe I'm simply looking in the wrong places but I cannot find a menu item to switch between a java file and a corresponding .ui.xml file when developing a GWT application. Since there doesn't seem to be a menu item I cannot assign a keyboard shortcut to this operation which is a little bit annoying. In the java editor view there is a small icon on the left side that links to the ui.xml file but from the ui.xml file there is no way back to the java code. Is this really missing ?


Thanks, Christian

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There is indeed no action for that. Feel free to file a feature request in our tracker: http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issues/IDEA.

Maybe I'm simply looking in the wrong places but I cannot find a menu item to switch between a java file and a corresponding .ui.xml file when developing a GWT application. Since there doesn't seem to be a menu item I cannot assign a keyboard shortcut to this operation which is a little bit annoying. In the java editor view there is a small icon on the left side that links to the ui.xml file but from the ui.xml file there is no way back to the java code. Is this really missing ?

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Thanks, Christian

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This is a common problem: navigating between view and business code. It
should be implemented in a common way.
Related issue for Spring MVC: http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/IDEA-60487




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Thanks for your answer - I've added an issue to Youtrack:

http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/IDEA-62782?projectKey=IDEA


-Christian

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Yes, I think we should have common action "navigate to related file". Perhaps it should be integrated with existing "Go To Test" action as well.

This is a common problem: navigating between view and business code. It should be implemented in a common way.
Related issue for Spring MVC: http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/IDEA-60487

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JetBrains, Inc
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