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The "Project TreeView" pane
From version 15, this feature is not available anymore. The features of this pane are now included in the "Project explorer" pane.
The "Project TreeView" pane is used to list the different elements (windows, pages, reports, controls, ...) found in the current project.
The popup menu (right mouse click) of the "Project TreeView" pane is used to:
  • Create a new element (window, page, report, ...).
  • List all project elements.
  • Open a project element.
  • Run the test of a project element.
  • Delete an element from the project.
  • Manage the custom-folders. See Custom-Folders for more details.
  • Associating documents with the project. See Associating documents with the project for more details.
  • ...
Remark: Case of common projects: If your project is common to several products (WINDEV and WEBDEV for instance), the "Project" pane displays all the elements of these two products. See Common project for more details.
Displaying the "Project TreeView" pane
To display the "Project TreeView" pane, select "Tools .. Options .. Options of the environment", "Panes" tab and check "Project TreeView".
Caution: the display of the "Project TreeView" pane may trigger the display of other panes (kept for backward compatibility for example):
See Handling the dockable panes for more details.
Display mode of the "Project" pane
Three display modes are available:
  • the "TreeView" mode.
  • the "Icons" mode.
  • the "Details" mode.
The "TreeView" mode allows you to:
  • view all the elements found in the current project (windows, reports, queries, components, ...) in a treeview.
  • create custom-folders.
In "Icons" mode and in "Details" mode, a drop-down list enables you to select the type of element to display (windows, reports, queries, components, ...). The bottom section lists the sub-elements of the element selected in the top section.
For example, if a window is selected in the top section, the controls found in this window will be listed in the bottom section.
Minimum version required
  • Version 14
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