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For JBuilder 3.5/4, There is an OpenTools plugin for Visual Source Safe you can download from http://andersnorlin.tripod.com. For more OpenTools, see this FAQ more
Which version and/or edition(s) of JBuilder can I use to write a RMI-IIOP program? Do I need to download any extra's?
Since the RMI-IIOP capabilities are already part of the SDK in version 1.3, you don't need to get anything to use things with JBuilder 4. However, for JBuilder 3.x, you'll need to get support from...more
This following Swing FAQ should give you most of the code for the correct direction to take.
Does JBuilder's Developer Journal really exist? I've never seen a copy. If yes, how frequently is it published?
Yes. It's published bi-monthly(every other month) by SYS-CON publications. If it's still together check: Subscribe@SYS-CON.com or (914) 735-7300
How do I generate JavaDoc in JBuilder, Is there a way to do it without going through "javadoc" tool from Sun?
How do I generate JavaDoc in JBuilder, Is there a way to do it without going through "javadoc" tool from Sun? [RC - When submitting an answer, please refer to the Version/Edition of JBu...more
In JBuilder 4.0 Enterprise there is support for Inprise Application Server 4.0 and BEA WebLogic In the Enterprise version, the EJB Group file helps create both the EJB Specific xml file and the e...more
JBuilder will always generate .class files as the output. There is the JBuilder deployment wizard which will take your .class files and wrap them up into .jar file for you. In JBuilder 4, this can...more
This JavaWorld Tip should point you in the right direction. You also need to have the "accessClipboard" permission to access the System clipboard.more
What configuration management / version control options are available when developing with JBuilder?
Integrated Version Control is a feature of the Enterprise Versions of JBuilder. For versions 1,2,3 (Windows) - Borland shipped the PVCS Version Control System. JBuilder 3.5 contains a sample i...more
No, JBuilder only supports running Applets using the JDK AppletViewer. The JBuilder documentation does contain some helpful information on the deployment of applets.more
Which extra libraries do I need to deploy for my applet to work with the components from JBuilder - "DataExpress" and "DB Swing" ?
The DataExpress and dbSwing classes from JBuilder are of course, not part of the standard Java VM. So additional classes need to be deployed. The file /jbuilder/redist/deploy.txt lists the files t...more
Borland/Inprise provides a new feature listing from http://www.borland.com/jbuilder/jb4/prodbrief.html.
How do you add a new driver to the JDBC Explorer tool. The documentation states that the drivers must be loaded, but it does not say how to do it.
In JBuilder 3.5, You need to add a JDBC Driver to the classpath of JBuilder. To do this, modify the /jbuilder/bin/jbuilder.config file to add the path to the JDBC Driver that you are using. For ex...more
Inprise maintains a fairly extensive one at http://community.borland.com/all/0,1435,c|3|10,00.html. Though, it seems like most questions are not visible. You can download the whole FAQ though.more
Since JBuilder 3.5 comes with the JSWDK, which supports Servlet API 2.1/JSP 1.0, how can I get it to use Servlet API 2.2 / JSP 1.1?
You can follow this tutorial to setup JBuilder 3.5 to use and debug the Tomcat server, which is the reference implementation for Servlets 2.2 and JSP 1.1. more