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Thread: JAVA Desktop Application Development

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    I am new to the java desktop application development.I want to do the followings in my application.

    1.when i am run my application in windows 7 or windows 8 , the application going to met the freezing stage.i want the solution for this.
    2.I want to perform the autosearch functionality in Jtextfield.any one help me for this.
    3.I want to create the installer for my application with the required software like jdk and MY SQL

    Any body can help me for the above things.


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    Default Re: JAVA Desktop Application Development

    Can you explain some of the items?
    1) what is freezing stage
    2)what is autosearch functionality
    If you don't understand my answer, don't ignore it, ask a question.

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    Default Re: JAVA Desktop Application Development

    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    Can you explain some of the items?
    1) what is freezing stage
    2)what is autosearch functionality

    1.when i run the application and perform the insert function to save the data to the database, after inserting the data there is no response and i cant do anything in my desktop,when i go to the task manager the application respond just the data saved information and further i can't do anything,once restart the system again i am start the execution from starting place.

    2.when retrieve the data from the database like customer name to the textfield,when i type the text in textfield automatically suggest the customer name in that particular field.its for retrieve the data from database and search functionality.

    Thanks,

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    1. Your explanation is still not clear. You say "i cant do anything in my desktop," but then "when i go to the task manager." The latter seems to contradict the former. It sounds like your execution environment is becoming non-responsive while your OS is fine. What is your execution environment? Are you executing from an IDE, from a command shell, or . . . ? You then mention restarting the system. What system are you restarting? Unless the program is simply waiting for more input and you're not recognizing it, there is an error, and it's being communicated to you. You may have to run the application from the command line or become better at using your IDE to see the error, but it's there somewhere.

    2. A "search and suggest" or "search and filter" on user input is an algorithm written by the programmer of the application. You may find code in a database context on the 'net that will suggest how to do this, but it's largely your responsibility (and not that hard).

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