Kadir S.

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You must use a JTextField with your own DocumentModel which can take control of all inputs just in time.
You must specify an editor like this:
e.g.
JTextField tf2 = new JTextField(yourDocumentModel,null,0);
tf2.setHorizontalAlignment(JTextField.RIGHT);
TableCellEditor editor = new DefaultCellEditor(tf2);
21 years ago
hi,
I have a table and some other gui components(such as JTextFields) on a JFrame. I use my own TableModel. I want to update some JTextFields with new data, when a specific column is edited.
I don't know whether it is possible or not?
Is there any solution?
Thanks
21 years ago
Hi,
I wrote an EJB and tried to deploy it to OC4J with JDeveloper. But JDeveloper couldn't deploy the EAR file and returned the following message.
I think "orion-application.xml" file refers to ./data-source.xml and oc4j couldn't find this file to proceed deployment. I looked inside application1 folder under "application-deployments" folder and only saw "orion-application.xml". I think the real problem is that JDeveloper doesn't add the ./data-source.xml file to .deploy file to be seen by orion-application.xml. But I couldn't find the way how I can solve this problem.
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javaw.exe -jar admin.jar -deploy -file application1.ear
Fatal Error: Error loading archive: Couldnt read datasource file at file:/D:/orion application server/oc4j/j2ee/home/application-deployments/application1/data-sources.xml: ./data-sources.xml
Hi,
I have been writing a program with JSP/Servlet and EJBs for Intranet usage for about 6 months. When it is completed,it will a complicated program with several heavy modules such as ERP,CRM, etc. During program testing, I saw that HTML restrict us to design complicated user interface and input validation. Also, refreshes on the web page after getting a response from web server may annoy users. Now, I think Applets for an alternative to HTML but I have no knowledge about how Applets will fit our project compared with JSP/Servlet(HTML based) solution.
Would you help me about alternatives for a complicated multithreaded program design.
21 years ago
Hi,
I have been writing a program with JSP/Servlet and EJBs for Intranet usage for about 6 months. When it is completed,it will a complicated program with several heavy modules such as ERP,CRM, etc. During program testing, I saw that HTML restrict us to design complicated user interface and input validation. Now, I think Applets for an alternative to HTML but I have no knowledge about Applets and how it will fit our project compared with JSP/Servlet(HTML based) solution.
Would you help me about alternatives for a complicated multithreaded program design.