Rupi Kaur

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I called the method where the model is set and it works now. thanks a lot.
9 years ago
Hi
I have a screen with jtextfields, labels and jtextarea. The jtextarea contains comments which occupy multiple lines.
(1) I need that everytime the screen is opened, the comments already present in the jtextarea be visible from the very start, i.e. at caretposition(0).
(2) Also, every time the user leaves the comment field the comments be reset to beginning of the text. I have done this using setcaretposition(0) in focusLost() method.

Please help me implement (1). Attached is the screenshot of how my screen looks like.

Thanks.
9 years ago
Hi all, the summary of my problem with solution is:

I was trying to run the steps to execute the application 'Denny's DVDs'.

While running the command ''rmic sampleproject.remote.DvdDatabaseImpl", I was getting the Error "Class sampleproject.remote.DvdDatabaseImpl not found ".

DvdDatabaseImpl.class was existing as required. But, the problem was that the Classpath was set and " If you do set the classpath the directory you execute the command from will not be searched, instead the classpath specified will be searched.If you don't set the classpath then the directory that you execute the command from will be searched for your file. "

So I remove the classpath setting and ran the command again. It worked !

Thanks to Sean for providing the solution.

Regards.Rupi

It works now - without setting the classpath.

Thanks much.
Rupi
Hi Sean

Attached is the output I got. Same again.

This time I replicated the way you said. Please see where I am doing wrong.

Thanks.
I have verified the classpath settings also.they look good.
Yes i ran the commands in the order specified in that link. No, the rmic command specified did not work.

Regards
Rupi
it still didnt work for me, says that impl class not found. Looks like ihave messed up the classpath and path settings. will figure them out first. thanks !!

Regards.Rupi
Wow, what a prompt reply !!!

Thanks Roel and Sean - that 'amazing post' really helped and I can now run the dvd project.

However, I skipped the rmic step (as suggested in the book that if we are using >= version java5) and it went through fine.

For "rmic -cp c:\dvd\src sampleproject.remote.DvdDatabaseImpl" it said '-cp is an invalid option or argument' .

Thanks much,
Rupi

Hi

I am trying to run the Denny's Dvd project.

I unzipped the java files into the directory : c:\dvd . I am able to compile the projects db, direct, gui, remote, sockets.

But - when i do 'rmic sampleproject.remote.DvdDatabaseImpl ' I get the following error:

"Class sampleproject.remote.DvdDatabaseImpl not found"

My compiled class lies here : C:\dvd\src\sampleproject\DvdDatabaseImpl

and my project directory structure is :

C:\dvd\src\sampleproject\db
C:\dvd\src\sampleproject\direct
C:\dvd\src\sampleproject\gui
C:\dvd\src\sampleproject\remote
C:\dvd\src\sampleproject\sockets


Can someone please suggest where am I doing something wrong.

Thanks.



Hi All

As you all seem to be well versed with SCJD assignment and essay, can someone please guide me how much is the cost of essay exam part of SCJD ? I am yet to submit my SCJD assignment. Wondering about the cost of essay part

Thanks.
RKAUR
Hi

Can somebody help me look for this book in Singapore?

I know amazon.com is one way, is there any other way out?



Thanks
Rupinder Kaur
12 years ago
Thanks Kumar.

Thanks Roberto.

I think that should help.

Cheers,
rupi
Hi Kumaraswamy

Because you have an Indian name, I am posting this query to you.

I assume that you purchased your voucher from India. Can you please tell from where did you purchase it? Was it online or from any institute? And what is its cost?

Actually I also want to purchase it , so i have these questions.

thanks,
Rupinder Kaur