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Scott Cheadle

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Recent posts by Scott Cheadle

Actually, he is a Formula 1 driver, driving for Red Bull.
11 years ago
Hi all,

This being my first foray into android development, please forgive me if this is a silly question. I have 2 G1's, and my wifes G1 has been rather annoyingly dropped in mud resulting in the answer button not working. Of course, I could take it to be repaired, but being a Java developer decided it may be more fun to write an app that displays an on screen answer button for recieving calls. I checked out the google sdk docs and whilst I could find a listenter class for detecting when the phone is ringing, I could find nothing that could actually give the order to answer or reject the call. Is this a call that is done at a lower level meaning it is impossible, or have I just missed the documentation?

Any hints would be appreciated.

11 years ago

Prince Point wrote:Hi Guys!!!

is there any way to create a DLL from a java project. It would be great if some one will have answer for this.

Thanks



Try http://www.ikvm.net/

11 years ago
Does the getter and setter have a capitalised first character, ie. setTableDataProvider?
11 years ago
JSF
You need to include a getter and a setter.

public void setTableDataProvider(TableDataProvider tdp) {
this.tableDataProvider = tdp;
}
public TableDataProvider getTableDataProvider() {
return tableDataProvider;
}
11 years ago
JSF
The netbeans IDE is probably the easiest as it comes with a visual jsf designer. (drag and drop from the pallete).
11 years ago
JSF

prakasham selamban wrote:

Maneesh Godbole wrote:Hi Prakasham,
Welcome to the Ranch.

I don't think thats possible.
Why would you want to do it in the first place?



Hello friend

Now i am doing finger print based login. If i use my java login screen as a jar file it works fine and its execute before windows log on screen. I want to sample code to change registry values through java code.

Thanks for your previous reply



What you want is a GINA hook. You can't achieve this in Java, realistically you need to use Visual C++. The following is an article describing how to go about customising GINA.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/cc163803.aspx

11 years ago