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how to can develop application or utility on my notebook?

 
Dora Di Donato
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Hy guys,
someone can suggest me how can I start develop utily or application in java on my notbook with ubuntu?
thanks

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This is probably a good place to start.
 
Dora Di Donato
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Thank you but I know developer in java and I use Eclipse but How can I install the application on my the notebook?
It is a war on the some folder in ubuntu?


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Your first post said you wanted to develop an application. Your second one suggests you just want to install an application. People will be able to help you a lot more if you are clear in what you are asking.
 
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Ok right,sorry!
I try explain.
I have only an idea now : I would like to write an utily in java that remember me my job appointment and They will have a desktot and when i closed my notebook they registred some information on the file (for exeample excel file)
I am a java programmer and this enjoy me and help me to improve but my questions is : after I ended to develope my utility how i insert that in the notebook?

thanks

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You can create an executable jar and copy it to your notebook. Assuming that you have Java installed and correctly set up, you'll be able to run the application. If you don't know how to set up Java on Ubuntu, just google "Java Setup on Ubuntu".

If you have a web application or an EJB application, you'll need to install an application server as well. I'd go for Glassfish.
 
Dora Di Donato
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I will read the documentation of Ubuntu

thank you very much :-)
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Riaan Nel
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You're most welcome!
 
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