This reminds me of another duplicate (Java build path/Projects and Project References).
Instead of disabling your validations, which is a good aspect in eclipse.
Start opening your projects one by one to find which one causes the problem.
This is most likely because you deleted a Device profile inside the AVD manager.
We have a directory called "files To Index" that contains text files that we are going to index. An Index Writer object is used to create and update the index. The third argument is a boolean parameter set to true, which tells the Index Writer to rebuild the index from scratch if it already exists. We also specify to not let the Analyzer tokenize the path via the Field. The second field represents the contents of the file.
Next, we go through the files in the "files To Index" directory. The contents get tokenized and indexed, but they do not get stored in the index.
With the Web and Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) Development tools installed, Eclipse is great tool for creating HTML, JSPs, and servlets. Installation of Eclipse and Tomcat is similar — both are extracted from the archive file format into a folder on your hard disk.
If you'd like to store the contents in the index, you need to use a String rather than a Reader.Just select the whole code cut and paste it back on the same page, All the reds will vanish automatically.If the reds are still present, that means there is some problem in the code which you are writing.I have a Maven project set up in my Eclipse Helios 3.6. But it shows a red mark on my project and shows a lot of JSP issues.I want to somehow get rid of these JSP validation issues in problem view.