Joe Ess wrote:I don't use Netbeans but I don't see an error.
What I assume is happening is that the program is running through to its completion and the debugger is exiting with the error code 99.
Can you set a breakpoint on the "hello world" line? That should halt the debugger.
Knute Snortum wrote:This is exactly what you see?
http://127.0.0.1% HTTPPORT %/apex/f ? p=4950
Two things: it looks like the environment variable HTTPPORT has not been set. Second, it looks like there are spaces in the URL. That's not allowed (or was that just from copying the text?)
Tim Moores wrote:NetBeans is just the IDE; what do you envision it should do in this scenario (apart from building/debugging/running the app)?
If you're asking how to use JasperReports, then I suggest searching for "jasperreport getting started" or "jasperreport tutorial" or some such term. You'll get tons of results.
Tim Moores wrote:What are you trying to accomplish? In other words, what do you mean by "plugin to NetBeans"? There used to be a NetBeans plugin for iReport, but that ceased to be updated long ago. JasperReports is a library, so I'm not sure a plugin for it would even make sense.
Stephan van Hulst wrote:This is the icon belonging to the file type association in your operating system. It depends on the operating system how to change this. In Windows, you can edit it with the registry editor, there are plenty of tutorials and tools online to do this.
Note that this won't just change the icon for executable JARs, but for all files ending with the .jar extension.