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Ok, in that case, you can get around this problem by putting your source code under WEB-INF/src folder and specifying the output folder as WEB-INF/classes.
-Sumit.
Ivan, just out of curiosity, is there any specific reason for putting the source code under WEB-INF/classes folder ?
Well, I can see two ways for doing this

1) If you have the source code for those files available (which may not be the case always), attach it to the jar file (right click -> properties)
2) If the source code is not available, download the API (so that you can see the javadoc even when you are offline) and attach it to the jar file (again, right click -> properties)

Hope it answers your question.

-Sumit.
Some more details about the problem will be helpful

1) What does the log file say ?
2) What is the OS ?
3) Which plug-ins are you using ?

Regards,
Sumit.
Hi All,

I was trying to get my hands dirty with JS. However, I'm not able to get following code to work with IE 6.0 (Its working fine in Opera). Can somebody please point out the point that i'm overlooking ? And yeah, forgot to tell you, I'm trying to create a table dynamically.



-Sumit
[ May 08, 2006: Message edited by: Sumit Deshpande ]
From the menubar, Run-> Run... It should open a "Create, Manage and Run configurations" window. Select the "Arguments" tab (next to the Main tab) and there you are. You can also add VM arguments from this window.
Hi,

I'm searching for a low price edition of "Agile Software Development, Principles, Patterns, and Practices" by Robert Martin in Bangalore. I've looked into most of the leading book stores, but surprisingly, none of them have it. If anyone is knows where can I get one in Bangalore, pls. let me know. (I'm looking for a low price edition, the one that amazon offers is exceeding of my budget)

-Sumit.
16 years ago
If Lara Dutta had married Brian Lara, she'd be Lara Lara.

-Sumit.
16 years ago
Hi,

-vmargs -Xmx256M
Is this the switch you were talking about Jeanne ?

-Sumit
Put the cursor in front of the brace and press Ctrl+Shift+P.

-Sumit.
Hi Edward,
Just to add, Eclipse has a "Mark occurrence mode" option - Alt+Shift+O. Once this mode is on, all the occurrences of the current element (element under the cursor) in current file will be marked. You can toggle the mode by using Alt+Shift+O.
I find it very helpful, specially when I've to find out excatly at which line exceptions are being thrown. (You can do this by turning on the Mark occurrence mode and clicking on the Exception name in throws clause.)

-Sumit.

Originally posted by Sam Smoot:
I have the following code that executes through eclipse, well, ok I guess. I do have some issues, however.

First issue is that when I try to execute the file from the console I get the following message:



To me this sounds like a classpath problem. Is the AddID.class file present in your classpath ? May be, i'm not sure about this, but have you changed the case of the folder's name (from oldIDs to oldIds - note the change in case for 'd') ?


The other issue is that the sql update only works when I step the code through the debugger. This is a problem, and I am wondering if it is a known eclipse issue or somthing else.


What happens when you run the program from eclipse as run- java application. Does it throw any error ?

Regards,
Sumit.
Hi,

Eclipse has a really cool feature of showing the javadoc (if configured properly). However, i'm facing a problem .. Sometimes, internet connectivity at my office is very poor, so i gave path of api from my harddisk. So far so good. But the next time when i open eclipse, and voyla , my setting is gone and trying to open the javadoc for standard java classes takes me to the Sun's website. Am I missing any point here ?

-Sumit.
Hi,

You can check the details about the garbage collection using -verbose:gc option with your java.exe. It prints information at every collection as shown below
[GC 325407K->83000K(776768K), 0.2300771 secs]
The numbers before and after the arrow represent the size of live objects before and after garbage collection and the number in parenthesis is total available space.

Regards,
Sumit.
[ April 25, 2005: Message edited by: Sumit Deshpande ]
17 years ago