Java Tools Section Index | Page 2
How can I add third party libraries to NetBeans for use within my applications/projects?
How can I increase the memory which NetBeans uses?
How can I change the compilation options in NetBeans?
One would start with the Nokia Developer's Suite for J2ME, available from http://www.forum.nokia.com/main/0,6566,st_p_50,00.html. From there, you can also see the available Java-related documentat...more
Motorola offers Motodev, the Motorola developer network, available at http://developer.motorola.com/. There are different SDKs available for their different platforms available at http://developer...more
Their developer home is http://developer.sonyericsson.com/. Their Java support is found at http://developer.sonyericsson.com/site/global/docstools/java/p_java.jsp. And their SDK is available from ...more
Their developer program support is found at http://www.savaje.com/developers.html. They offer a Wiki (http://java.savaje.com/wiki/) and Forum (http://java.savaje.com/bb/) for community support.more
The home for the Samsung Developers Club is http://developer.samsungmobile.com/. From there you can get documentation, SDKs, and related tools.more
The BenQmobile developer portal at https://market.benqmobile.com/portal/main.aspx?LangID=0&pid=1 offres forums and tools to support their J2ME development program.more
How to extract a jar file. I want to extract a jar file named 'myApp.jar'. The file is in c:jarmyApp.jar. I want it to be extracted to c:jar. What options are available?
If you have a variable like this: example="This is a <strong> text </strong>"; Use this in the output jsp: <bean:write property="example" filter="false"> more
How do you get a password field with html:text? In HTML it's quite easy i.e. type=password. Tried the same using an html:form, but it doesn't recognise "type=password". Any ideas?
<html:password/> is the one to go for
How does struts handle the input element if it is hidden? For example I have an input tag inside my form <input type=hidden value="" name="order">
Struts accepts this, just like any other textfield in your form. To be fully Struts-compatible, you might want to use the html:hidden tag: <html:hidden property="order" />
User Specific Language settings I have a requirement to capture the language preference of the user and Based on the settings of the user I need to load the specific application resource file. F...more