On 1/22/2016 11:35 AM, Paul Fraser wrote:
HI I am using Eclipse. We have a Java project which puts data on the IBM i.
We were having problem, this program was failing but we found out the
cause. However, I am looking at the tree of the project, which shows the
methods and classes that make up the Java file. (on the left side). I am
seeing 2 of them have a red square next to and it says 'void'. I was
curious, why is it void, it happens to be the place that was failing
before ( we had bad data so the
'create new customer' was not doing.) but why should it stay in this void
status or is this not important or reflective
of the last op on it?

There is no comprehensive list of all Eclipse icons; each plug-in
contributes or overrides as it sees fit. For Java:

http://help.eclipse.org/juno/index.jsp?topic=/org.eclipse.jdt.doc.user/reference/ref-icons.htm

Red squares mean private method.
Green circles mean public method.
Blue triangles mean default method.
Yellow diamonds mean protected method.


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