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Thread: how to upload netbeans's code in cpanel

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    Default how to upload netbeans's code in cpanel

    hi all,
    i'm new java...

    i have a client ,server application.
    in my server will be to tie everything together(client and server) and provide a GUI so I can see what's happening.so i use GUI JFrame ,... and create all class of java application with netbeans.

    now , i don't know how to upload my project in cpanel(wich file and folderes of netbeans to wich folder of cpanel linux),and how to test it.

    tnx


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    Default Re: how to upload netbeans's code in cpanel

    I don't think this is a Java question. You'll probably have more luck asking at a cpanel forum.
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    Default Re: how to upload netbeans's code in cpanel

    hello KevinWorkman,
    i ask other question.
    i make this project with netbeans IDE 6.5. and i have folders (build,dist,nbproject,src,test) and files (build.xml,mainfest.mf) .
    in build folder, exist Main.class and other classes.
    in dist folder ,exist a Jar file.
    in nbproject folder ,exist build-impl,build.xml,project.properties,project.xml,genf iles.properties.
    in src , exist MAin.java, other java files.

    in netbeans , I did right-click on name project and ,select Properties ,and select PAckaging Node .then active check "compress jar file". so build project and then run it. and finally i upload jar file only. but it's not work.

    is it wrong? is jar file an executable with out src folder?
    tnx

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    Default Re: how to upload netbeans's code in cpanel

    What you have told us isn't really enough information. Saying "it's not work" is as useful a question as us saying "then make it work" is a useful answer.

    I suggest you ditch netbeans completely. I don't know very much about how it arranges those files, and I suspect neither do you. Until you're more comfortable with packaging, classpath issues, and jar files, I suggest you work from a more basic editor and use the command line for compiling, running, and jarring.

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