Horst Stieg

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Recent posts by Horst Stieg

What do you like better: apples or pears?

You can't compare those two!
12 years ago

Swapna latha wrote:hi horst ! i want a good book or good website for learning tutorials.


You don't speak Ironic, do you?
12 years ago
Of course you have already looked what the official website has to offer (for instance here).

Or maybe you haven't ...
12 years ago
I remember from my time working with Sybase (direct queries, not with Java), that you can use not more than X values with IN. I don't remember what X was, though, but I think, it was less than 10.000. We had some strange effects in our queries and found this out by experimenting.

Haina Minawa wrote:For veterans, not using GUI builder is a good news for your competitors. You lose your productivity.


As a veteran, at some time you probably had to build a large application consisting of many frames with different contents, but always with the same layout. Where every label etc. had to be at exactly the same horizontal position, the spacing between components had to be always the same... And you did this with a GUI builder?
That is work for an intern or someone deserving some kind of punishment!
12 years ago

Nandur Kishore wrote:I found the below url when i have searched in some forums.Tried installing using the below plugin but it didn't worked.
http://download.jboss.org/jbosstools/updates/stable/

The eclipse version i am using is Indigo Service Release 1.



There is no stable version available for Indigo yet. You would have to use the latest development milestone or switch to Eclipse Helios.

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You are probably using a JDBC 4.0 driver.

See here:

Any JDBC 4.0 drivers that are found in your class path are automatically loaded. (However, you must manually load any drivers prior to JDBC 4.0 with the method Class.forName.)

Greg Brannon wrote:... but it's kind of hard to explain.


Actually, it should be quite easy: Just insert an error into your code (delete a bracket oder a semicolon), and you should see it for yourself.
Visual Editor is no longer with us, what you would have found out by using Google: eclipse visual editor. My first result is http://www.eclipse.org/vep/, which shows that the project has been archived.

Instead, look for WindowBuilder Pro in the Eclipse Marketplace.
Did you check the list: java open source projects ?

What about joining the projects you already know, like Struts?
A good question in a subforum called "Meaningless Drivel"!

There is no purpose of human life per se.

The purpose of your life is the one that you give to it. For some it is watching daily soaps and "reality" TV, for some wasting their time with religion, for others it is saving whales (or puppies ...).
12 years ago

Tim Holloway wrote:


Any JDBC 4.0 drivers that are found in your class path are automatically loaded. (However, you must manually load any drivers prior to JDBC 4.0 with the method Class.forName.)





Finally some up to date information!