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THANK YOU Joanne!

That did it!!!

Thanks,

Craigbert
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13 years ago
OK. I got both classes compiling, but I think I am still creating two instances of the JMenuBar and the one I am getting is not the one I want.
Anyone have any idea where I am going astray?

MyJFrame.java :


MyMenuBar.java :



Thanks,

Craigbert
Certified LVI
(Local Village Idiot)
13 years ago
Matthew, thanks for being patient with this green horn.

I think I made all the changes you suggested but now I am getting a different error when I try to compile the MyMenuBar class.

Here is all the code:


Here is the error:


What n00b error am I committing here?

Thanks,

Craigbert
13 years ago
Fair enough. I can not seem to find the right file extension to use so I am including the code for both here. They are both VERY small.
They both compile and run w/the exception of the menu bar not showing up.
MyJFrame.java


MyMenuBar.java


Thanks,

Craigbert
13 years ago
OK...everything compiles and runs, but the menu bar does not appear in the JFrame.

I took the "extends" approach Matthew suggested.

Why would the menu bar not appear?

Thanks,

Craig Boyd
13 years ago
Well, that solved that problem! Thanks!
Now when I try to compile the JFrame I get this error:



Here is the code for MyJFrame:



Am I not calling the MyMenuBar correctly?

Thanks,

Craigbert
13 years ago
Joanne, thanks for the reply. I made the change and now I am getting:

13 years ago
Hello All,

I have a SIMPLE JFrame class and a SIMPLE JMenuBar class. I want the JFrame class to call/instantiate the JMenuBar that I have written, but I don't think I have the JMenuBar set up right. I get the following two errors when I try to compile it:


Here is the code for MyMenuBar.java:



What am I doing wrong?

Thanks,

Craigbert
13 years ago
Hello All,

Is there a sample project somewhere with simple code that would show me how to put together a very simple IDE kind of thing? For example, I would like to be able to create objects on a screen (Canvas?) and drag them around on the screen.

Thanks,

Craigbert
13 years ago
Hello All,

I am not 100% sure that this is where this question belongs, but I thought I would at least start here.

Part of what I am working on is a canvas (JFrame?) that can either grow when something is dropped on it past its existing boundary or is already of a very large size.
Am I right in assuming that is a JFrame? How do I get it to grow dynamically or set it to such a large size that growing it does not matter?

Thanks,

Craigbert
13 years ago
Fair enough. Has anyone used an open source tool to handle this or less expensive one? (Both PowerDesigner & ERwin cost in the thousands for a single seat.)

Thanks,

Craigbert
Paul, thanks for the response. Yes, I do mean DDL changes.
I am familiar with PowerDesigner. I have used ERwin in the past which also does a decent job. But both of those products are VERY pricey. Anything less expensive?
Hello All,

I am not sure if this is the proper place for this topic, but I have to start somewhere....

How do you guys / gals handle database versioning?

In other words, you have a database that has changes going into it. How do you version the changes and keep track of what changes have been pushed to where?(From Dev to Unit to Integration etc...)

Thanks,

Craigbert
That is a VERY nice link! Thanks for posting it.
So, since it IS down for everyone does anyone know what is going on with them?

Thanks,

Craigbert
13 years ago
Hello All,

I just went to the JFrameBuilder website and it appears to be inaccessible JFrameBuilder Home Page.
Is it just me or have they closed their doors?

Thanks,

Craigbert
13 years ago