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Uris Guerra

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Recent posts by Uris Guerra

Thanks. Was very helpful. I didn't realize perl had a JDBC module.
I need to develop a quick tool to modify an hsql database across different remote locations. HSQL is used to hold configuration information of one of our applications, and when we make a change in one location, we have to manually log in to all our remote servers and make those changes also. I want to make a change and then have a tool that will give me the option to propagate that change to the remote servers of my choice. I was planning on doing it with Java but it will take too long and it seemed to me like perl or python would be the adequate tools for this, but I do not know how to connect to hsqldb with either of these.
Hi, I would like to be able to encrypt documents, no matter their size and content. I have been looking around but only found information about digital signatures and certificates.
15 years ago
Hi, I need to be able to draw and to insert small "icons" on top of an image. The background image will never be changed, but I need the ability to draw on it and to generate events. I was thinking if maybe there are any glass panes or transparent panels that can be placed on top of the image, and then draw on the transparent panel. Can anyone help?
15 years ago
Hey guys, thanks alot for your help. You guys are cool. I had heard about javaranch before but it is the first time I gave it a try. This is one cozy ranch. I hope I get my hands dirty cleaning the pen. ;-)
16 years ago
Thanks alot Ernest, it worked. It brought a smile to my face when it worked. I've been smashing my head over it for over a day now.
16 years ago
I do have actuall jar file in my classpath. In fact, I even tried setting it at compile time like this:

java -classpath .;PATH\lib.jar -jar tiny.jar

tiny.jar is a pre-compile example that comes in the zip file. When I unzip the file, and run it from that directory with that command line, it runs perfectly. However, if I copy the sample file to another directory, and try to run it with the same command line, it gives me the previous error.
16 years ago
Thanks for your help.
I checked out the link and did what you told me to do, but it doesn't work. I think JGoodies should include how to install it in their README file.
When I unpack the file, they have directory with examples. I can run the examples from that directory. But if I copy the example to any other directory, and set the classpath, it doesn't run. It gives me NoClassDefFoundError. I made sure that the jar file is in my classpath.

Thanks for your help. Wanted to try this look and feel because the native look and feel in Linux is too slow and metal is ugghhhhhhhh.
16 years ago
Hi, I'm not a good java programmer, and decided to give it another try. I wanted to install a new look and feel and downloaded one from jgooodies, but can't find any READMe files on how to install look and feel or even their FORMS layout.....Sorry for asking such an easy question....
16 years ago