While looking for an ant build script generator, I came across ebuild and found it interesting. With this, I no longer really need to maintain a “generated” ant build script.
Posts Tagged ‘Java’
Tags: Eclipse, Java, javahl, Subversion
Update 20110926: In Fedora 15, you can just install subversion-javahl-1.6.17-1.fc15 from Add/Remove Software tool, much easier than the method described earlier.
When trying to run Subclipse, I got the following error:
Failed to load JavaHL Library.To get JavaHL loaded for Subclipse on Fedora, I had to first register on Collabnet before attempt to install JavaHL rpm from this location. Once installed, I had to run
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/opt/CollabNet_Subversion/libon the command line before running eclipse.
I encountered an access restriction error in Eclipse and found the following workaround worked for me.
This thread was helpful for me to create a button that opens a new window. However, I had to move the script into
onclick part of the button, instead of creating a separate
Tags: Ext JS, j2ee, Java, RichFaces
I found this thread helpful for figuring out how to get selected row for an
Now I start to really appreciate how elegant and simple Ext JS is on getting selected row for a datatable.
Tags: configuration, j2ee, Java, properties
Here is a second example on using a configuration properties file for web applications.
Tags: EJB, hibernate, howto, Java, Java EE, JBoss
This tip was helpful and resolved the same issue I had with the original post.
Tags: Glassfish, Java, properties file
<target name="-pre-dist"> <copy todir="build/web/WEB-INF/classes"> <fileset dir="src" includes="*.properties"/> </copy> </target>
After adding the ant task, everything works beautifully!