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Yes, as of October 17th, 2001, it is now permissible to redistribute the javac compiler according to Sun's updated Binary Code License Agreement. See also, Sun's updated README for the JRE. more
Jtrix is an open source Java platform for distributed and adaptive applications. That means Jtrix applications can exist as many small components (called "netlets") which communicate and move arou...more
jEdit is a programmer's text editor written in Java. It uses the Swing toolkit for the GUI and can be configured as a rather powerful IDE through the use of its plugin architecture. For details, s...more
DocWiz allows you to add JavaDoc comments to your source code easily. With DocWiz, there's no need to tediously hand-format JavaDoc comments, adding tags and comment structures for each method. Yo...more
Enterprise JavaBean (EJB) technology is all about distributed objects, while Jtrix is all about distributed services. EJBs have the advantage that they do a lot for you, such as transactions and...more
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Will there be an API for logging debug statements and exceptions etc? I don't really want to use any external packages or System.out.println.
Yes. JDK1.4 will have java.util.logging.*. More information can be found at Java Logging Overviewmore
JMeter from the Apache Software Foundation is a Java application designed to load test functional behavior and measure performance. It was originally designed for testing Web Applications but has ...more
Cactus is a simple test framework created by the Jakarta project of the Apache Software Foundation. Cactus can be used for unit testing server-side Java code like servlets, JSPs, custom tag librar...more
There are a few sites on the web which offer language translation services. You might want to see BabelFish by AltaVista or InterTran more
Does anyone know of any software that can generate a Java class from a database table? The generated Java class should contain attributes and getter and setter methods for each of the fields on the...more
Go to the applications bin directory or equivalent, find the file called java or vcjava or similar and type java (or vcjava, or whatever) -version. more
Because of the terms you are using, I assume you are referring to Record Level Access ( JTOpen covers a lot of territory ). I personally don't use the RLA classes for a number of reasons ( put po...more
When I click 'help' VAJ never even opens the browser for the online help system. What might I be doing wrong?
Try running the /ide/program/ivjenv.bat to start VAJ, rather than the .exe You should probably also check your browser path is correct in the Help options.