Find in Path, specify directory doesnt find anything.

"Find in Path", specify a directory that contains lots of Java source files, tick the "recursively" check box, and then enter a text search string that you know exists.

Idea reports immediately "No occurrences found".

Running
'find . -name "*.java" -exec grep mySearchString {} \;'
from the directory I selected returns me 40 or so occurences.

Have I understood the functionality correctly?

Solaris 8, EAP 1050

Nick

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Be sure that all search options do not prevent the occurences from being
found.
If this does not help please file a request to the tracker with detailed
description of your actions.

Eugene.

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"Find in Path", specify a directory that contains lots of Java source

files, tick the "recursively" check box, and then enter a text search string
that you know exists.
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Idea reports immediately "No occurrences found".

>

Running
'find . -name "*.java" -exec grep mySearchString {} \;'
from the directory I selected returns me 40 or so occurences.

>

Have I understood the functionality correctly?

>

Solaris 8, EAP 1050

>

Nick

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I didnt have any limiting search options - Ill file a tracker report.

Nick

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