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a basic question on importing packages or running an applet
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Posted By:   Michal_Kovarik
Posted On:   Tuesday, July 23, 2002 08:35 AM

I have a very stupid question but since i spent som uch time trying to get this work... I've just decided to do some simple java programming and use jbuilder for that since it can do a lot for work for you. I need to use matlab from java and i found someone who did this already. He made a class that includes many methods to access matlab, exchange data with matlab or run m-files. But i can't figure out how to include this class into my project so that i could use all the methods. Actually what drives me crazy is that i can't even figure out how to open and run/compile a simple applet or anything that wasn't created by jbuilder. if I just compile it simply without jbuilder    More>>

I have a very stupid question but since i spent
som uch time trying to get this work...
I've just decided to do some simple java programming
and use jbuilder for that since it can do a lot for work for you. I need to use matlab from java and i found
someone who did this already. He made a class that
includes many methods to access matlab, exchange data
with matlab or run m-files.
But i can't figure out how to include this class
into my project so that i could use all the methods.
Actually what drives me crazy is that i can't even figure out how to open and run/compile a simple applet or anything that wasn't created by jbuilder.
if I just compile it simply without jbuilder
"java somename.java", it
works perfectly but not in jbuilder
so basically i have both the source java file where the
class is defined and the already compiled class file
what should i do in order to be able to use this class
and the methods later in the project?
i really appreciate any help.


Michal

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Re: a basic question on importing packages or running an applet

Posted By:   Alex_Kobyakov  
Posted On:   Tuesday, July 23, 2002 09:43 AM

Edit your "Project Properties". Matlab-related class should be included in "Required Libraries" tab, where you should point to that class/jar.
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