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how to configure Jdeveloper

haijun wang
Greenhorn

Joined: Aug 18, 2000
Posts: 21
Hi Guys:
Right now I am using Jdeveloper to run my javacode. Unfortunately after compilation and run, I can not find the output. I checked the message view properties, showing the program output was checked.
I do not how to configure it to show my output.
Thank you
Haijun
Ajith Kallambella
Sheriff

Joined: Mar 17, 2000
Posts: 5782
Haijun,
I am moving this question to the IDE and Other tools forum which is a more appropriate place for the topic.
Ajith


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Sarath Chandra
Greenhorn

Joined: Nov 04, 2000
Posts: 1
Haijun,
A brief explanation on how you go ahead with JDeveloper :
1. Create a Project in JDeveloper Workspace (File->New Project).
2. Keep adding all your .java files to this project.
3. You can run any .java file, having a main() in it by right
clicking on that file and selecting "Run".
The most important thing would be the Project Properties window. Just double click on your project, Properties Window would get displayed.
In this project Properties Window, the tab "Run/Debug" is of significance in our scenario.
For the Topic "Debug Session Options", set the "Compile Project Before Running Or Debugging" to true by checking the check box.
For the Topic "Console I/O", select an appropriate thing from the radio group, either to send the output to the Message View, or to send run output to Console Window. [I'd prefer you choose the Console Window Option, every time when you run your program you'd be able to see a new MS-DOS window getting created with your program output.]
've a nice time with JDeveloper!!!
ravi nimmala
Greenhorn

Joined: Jan 10, 2001
Posts: 3
sarath,
please help me in developing database application using jdeveloper.i could not open infobus dataform.please suggest.
regards,
ravi
Ravi, as this question is not really relevant to the one being asked in the post, please create a new post asking your question. You will probably find it better answered
Thanks
Jason

[This message has been edited by jason adam (edited November 11, 2001).]
Kameswari Jyosyula
Ranch Hand

Joined: Feb 20, 2001
Posts: 39
Hi,
I have created a BC4J for JSP application. I would like to enahce it further(right now most properties/events are default).The data shown in the JSP pages are not dynamic i.e. i have to use the navigation buttons to go to the particular record.I would like to be able to click on the record to open a edit_jsp page. Also is there any way in which i can sort the data by some of the columns in the table?I didn't find any option in the Jdev which allows this.Please let me know how i can do the aforesaid.Your help is much appreciated.
TIA-Kameswari
Originally posted by Sarath Chandra:
Haijun,
A brief explanation on how you go ahead with JDeveloper :
1. Create a Project in JDeveloper Workspace (File->New Project).
2. Keep adding all your .java files to this project.
3. You can run any .java file, having a main() in it by right
clicking on that file and selecting "Run".
The most important thing would be the Project Properties window. Just double click on your project, Properties Window would get displayed.
In this project Properties Window, the tab "Run/Debug" is of significance in our scenario.
For the Topic "Debug Session Options", set the "Compile Project Before Running Or Debugging" to true by checking the check box.
For the Topic "Console I/O", select an appropriate thing from the radio group, either to send the output to the Message View, or to send run output to Console Window. [I'd prefer you choose the Console Window Option, every time when you run your program you'd be able to see a new MS-DOS window getting created with your program output.]
've a nice time with JDeveloper!!!

 
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