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The Component Dependencies view allows you to view the dependencies for a selected WSDL component. If the view is not displayed, it can be opened by selecting it from the Window > Show View menu.

To view the dependencies of an WSDL component, select the desired component in the editor and choose the Component Dependencies action from the contextual menu. This action is available for all WSDL components (messages, port types, operations, bindings and so on).
Note: If you search for dependencies of XML Schema elements, the Component Dependencies view presents the references from WSDL documents.

Figure: Component Dependencies View

The following action are available in the toolbar of the Component Dependencies view:
Refresh
Refreshes the dependencies structure.
Stop
Stops the dependencies computing.
Configure
Allows you to configure a search scope to compute the dependencies structure. You can decide to use the defined scope for future operations automatically, by selecting the corresponding checkbox.
History
Allows you to repeat a previous dependencies computation.
The following actions are available in the contextual menu of the Component Dependencies view:
Go to First Reference
Selects the first reference of the referenced component from the current selected component in the dependencies tree.
Go to Component
Displays the definition of the current selected component in the dependencies tree.
Tip: If a component contains multiple references to another, a small table is displayed that contains all references. When a recursive reference is encountered, it is marked with a special icon .