I hope this helps . When Eclipse is started, it asks you for a workspace location. Anyone who has access to that location would be able to view your workspace. To view your current workspace location go to: File -> Switch Workspace -> Other...
I hope this helps . When I work at home, I usually connect a monitor to my laptop, fire Eclipse, detach its console view and put it on that monitor. Of course, probability that I would forget to re-attach that view back to Eclipse window when I shut down the laptop is ~120%. , If it is the only change that you made to the perspective you can go
Window -> Reset Perspective
Window -> Save Perspective As... -> "JavaEE CustomDualMon"
Window -> Save Perspective As... -> "JavaEE CustomSingleMon"
Import Eclipse workspace to netbeans (not regular Eclipse workspace)
it helps some times Meanwhile I was able to re-get the window: I clicked on a shadow effect that sometimes showed up. I resized that shadow with my mouse. As an effect the Eclipse window top bar (the one above the menu) showed up again. Afterwards I could "pull out" the window from the bar - and there it all was again... But I have still no idea, how that happened - and what might be the solution if someone runs into that issue without having a shadow.
it fixes the issue You need to check in the changes into a change set and then they can be submitted for review. You should be able to merge the patches into your workspace by choosing the appropriate option in the context menu by right clicking on pending patches. Hope this helps.