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Thread: please need a help ^_^

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    Junior Member dave_0200's Avatar
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    Cool please need a help ^_^

    im using JCreator
    and i don't have an idea how can i connect my app to the other.. like loginng then opening the main form.. can someone help please??

    Tnx in advance ^^

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    Cool Re: please need a help ^_^

    JCreator prompts you to enter three items of information. Your answers are saved in your account's profile and remain between sessions. You should only be prompted for this information once.

    In most cases, you can accept the default settings. This information is provided should the default setting not work.

    First, JCreator prompts you to indicate File Associations. File associations allow you to double-click a file on your disk and have it open the right application program. For example, double-clicking the file name Lab1.java would bring up JCreator because you are associating JCreator with all files ending with *.java

    Accept the default file associations suggested by JCreator by clicking Next.

    Second, JCreator prompts for the location of the JDK home directory. JCreator is asking for the path to the folder on the computer's disk that the Java Developer Kit (JDK) resides. JCreator uses the JDK whenever the programmer wants to compile and execute Java programs.

    Accept the default path if one appears in the text box, or browse the C:\ drive to find the location of JDK folder (in the Hebeler labs, the JDK folder is at C:\bin\lang\j2sdk1.4.2\) Click Next to go to step 3.

    Third, JCreator prompts you for the location of the JDK JavaDoc files. JCreator is asking for the path to the folder on the computer's disk that the Java Documentation resides. JCreator allows programmers to access the Java Documentation by pulling down the Help menu and selecting JDK Help (Ctrl+F1).

    Click browse and locate the folder containing the Java Documentation. In the Hebeler labs, it is located at C:\bin\lang\j2sdk1.4.2\docs\

    Click Finish to complete the setup process.

    Note: Changes to the JCreator settings after the initial setup can be made by pulling down the Configure menu, selecting Options... and clicking JDK Profiles in the list box on the left and editing the JDK profile. If you set up JCreator correctly the first time, this should not be necessary, but things happen and the Configure menu provides a way to reset the JDK and JavaDoc folder locations.