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Can you use the "Visual Designer" to visually develop palm applications with "HandHeld Express" in JBuilder 4?
I also experimented with the 'Handheld Express' and tried to use the visual designer in JBuilder but have come to the conclusion that it is not possible. The J2ME CLDC/KVM uses a completly differe...more
How can I setup the JBuilder editor to show matching braces similar to how vi works (when you close a block)?
In JBuilder 4, Ctrl+] should do the job .. This won't automatically match the braces like vi on block closing, but can be used to manually match braces at any time.
The first thing that you will have to do is ensure that a JRE (Java Runtime Environment) on the second machine. This provides all the necessary libraries that your program will need. Typically yo...more
It is great to use Tomcat as a servlet container within JBuilder to ensure that your Servlets conform to standards. This article shows how to integrate and automate Tomcat with JBuilder. more
The first thing I recommend to do is to read setEnv.cmd file to properly understand the variables that WebLogic uses, such as the classpath to be defined for the client of Weblogic. For Weblogic...more
In JBuilder 4, there is support for CodeInsight, ErrorInsight, ToolTip Evaluation and Syntax highlighting for Java Server Pages.
Is there in JBuilder something like QuickReport in Delphi for generating database reports? If no, what is the usual way to writing such reports using Java?
There aren't any reporting tools built into the JBuilder IDE. However there are some other third party tools on the market that can perform reporting on a given database. Please see the following...more
JBuilder does not provide any additional support for SQLJ, JDeveloper 3.x from Oracle supports SQLJ. JDeveloper was developed from the JBuilder source code.
For JBuilder 1.0-3.5: In the Project|Properties dialog, on the 'Paths' tab, switch to the 'Documentation' subtab and add the directory that you build javadoc into to the list. It is necessary to ...more
How do I set the docBase for the ROOT app in the integrated Tomcat environment in JBuilder 4, it always defaults to C:. Where is the configuration setting to change this and correct the generated server.xml file that Tomcat uses?
You should edit the server.xml file, which is located in the <tomcat_home>conf directory.
Where can I find examples of using InternetBeans Express beyond the documentation included with JBuilder 4?
You can check out this article from Dr Bob Haki.
Is there any way to turn off the dependency checker in JBuilder, so that it can compile just one class?
I don't believe there is a way to disable the dependency checking, but the build process is structured different based on where in the IDE the build is started from. If started from the toolbar o...more
How to properly configure this is described at the Borland site.
According to the press release, the support is for the WebLogic Server.
From JBuilder 3.5 Professional/Enterprise onwards, You can invoke JBuilder's command line build option to build a project without starting up the IDE. See the Documentation for details. You can us...more