I have a user that has a .dwp file in his project, but Fisheye is ignoring it.  Is there any way for this type of file to be included in Fisheye?

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Hi Ken. Do you mean that you don't the .dwp file in FishEye when browsing a repository? Or maybe that it's being displayed as binary instead of text in a review in Crucible?

He says that he's unable to see it.

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Is this a file named exactly '.dwp' or is it a file extension (e.g. 'myfile.dwp')?

Can you confirm that this file is indeed stored in your repository (and not just locally on developer's machine)?

Do you have any excluded folders defined in FishEye?

The issue was resolved by doing a full reindex.  It appears that the incremental index was not picking up the change set for some unknown reason and we incorrectly assumed that it was due to the file type.

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