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Is there any way to import classes to the jsp page (jsp+eclipse+java)
Ctrl+shift+o does not work in eclipse for jsp file although you can just try writing <%@page import="com and then crtl+space it should provide you all the classes and package available. One more thing... Try this: Type YourClassName anywhere on your JSP which you want to import and just hit crtl+space it will automatically add following line <%@page import="package.YourClassName"%>

Categories : Eclipse

custom menu using java in RDz eclipse
Without more context, it's hard to be specific. As concrete examples, ImageApp is a simple example in which a menu bar and popup context menu share instances of Action. JHotDraw, cited here, is a more complex example that generates suitable actions dynamically.

Categories : Java

Eclipse - Java Template - static import - Template variable '' has incompatible types
This should work: ${imp:import(org.junit.Test)} ${impst:importStatic('org.hamcrest.MatcherAssert.*')} @Test public void ${testName}() throws Exception { ${cursor} } edit: If I recall correctly the first parts acts as the name variable and the second part is the type (import, var, ...). For example the following also won't work ${:newType(org.eclipse.swt.widgets.ExpandItem)} if (${:var(boolean)}) { ${cursor} } else { } You could remove imp or impst from my answer and it would also still work. In a template you can perform multiple actions on a variable, a good example is the List template. ${type:newType(org.eclipse.swt.widgets.List)} ${list:newName(org.eclipse.swt.widgets.List)}= new ${type}(${parent:var(org.eclipse.swt.widgets.Composite)}, ${style:link('SWT.MU

Categories : Java

Unable to import a class in "Referenced libraries" after "Add Class Folder" in "Java Build Path" Eclipse
It's much better to add the project as a "referenced" project in {project} / right-click / Properties / Java Build Path / Projects / Add. Another alternative is to keep producing .jars and add them as libraries. Useful is this part of the code is stable enough.

Categories : Java

Location of Blackberry code-signing "previous Blackberry Java Development installation directory" in Import Existing Keys (Eclipse BB plugin)
When you originally install code signing keys from RIM, and use them, the toolset will generate three files: sigtool.csk sigtool.db sigtool.set (maybe not needed?) These are the files that Eclipse wants. So, you could just use Windows explorer (or Mac equivalent if on OS X) to search for the folder that has those files. Depending on your situation, it could be in different places. It could be in the user's .eclipse directory: C:Usersmyname.eclipse Or, it could be under the BlackBerry JDE / Eclipse plugin installation directory. For example, C:Eclipseplugins et.rim.ejde.componentpack5.0.0_5.0.0.36componentsin For completeness, I'll dig up a couple old computers, and see where they have the code signing files installed, but for your purposes, doing a filesearch for *.csk is p

Categories : Eclipse

import eclipse-sourcecode into eclipse
To start Eclipse inside Eclipse you define a new "Eclipse Application" launcher and choose "Run a product" on the launcher "Main" page and select "org.eclipse.sdk.ide" in the combo box. Please clarify your question if this is not what you want. The filename you gave looks like this is the ZIP from the "Eclipse Classic" download. To import projects from this into your workspace you would first have to unzip it somewhere then use "Import->Archive" on a plugin jar file to see the classes and be able to set breakpoints on them. But: you say you want to debug the SVN plugin. If the file you have is in fact Eclipse Classic it will contain the Eclipse source alright but not the SVN team plugin (and the source for that). The easiest way to get this is to install "Subversive SVN Team Provider Sour

Categories : Java

How do I import a non-Maven Java project in Netbeans to a Maven project in Eclipse properly?
Create a new maven project in eclipse, notice that you have an src/main/java/ folder Go to your netbeans java project, right-click on 'Source Pakages', click on properties and copy the location of this folder Go to your files explorer and paste the location, copy all folders under src/ return to your maven project in eclipse and paste the folders (actually your java packages) under the src/main/java folder if you used jar libraries just add them to dependencies in the pom.xml

Categories : Java

Open Source CMS in java for web content managment with source code to develop in eclipse for custom changes
Well, dotCMS provides the features that you are looking for like using servlets to build your own stuff on top of their API's. Have you tried their dotcms_2.3.1.exe windows installer? It includes the database stuff and everything and should work. If it doens't you can ask questions on their google group page (https://groups.google.com/group/dotcms) and most likely there will be somebody that can help you out.

Categories : Java

Import Eclipse workspace to netbeans (not regular Eclipse workspace)
I would guess that you missed the import of the first sentence in your NetBeans support link. Here's the relevant portion with added emphasis... An enhanced support for importing Eclipse projects is available in the NetBeans IDE. The Import Eclipse Project wizard enables you to use NetBeans to work on Java desktop and web application projects that were created in Eclipse and MyEclipse. You are trying to work on a C++ project and the wizard does not appear to be intended for that use.

Categories : C++

How to replace several characters on a single string to desired characters (java)?
public class TranslateChar { /** @param args */ public static void main(final String[] args) { final Map<Character, Character> mapCharCod = new HashMap<>(36); final Map<Character, Character> mapCharDecod = new HashMap<>(36); mapCharCod.put('A', 'Z'); mapCharCod.put('B', 'X'); mapCharCod.put('C', 'Y'); mapCharDecod.put('Z', 'A'); mapCharDecod.put('X', 'B'); mapCharDecod.put('Y', 'C'); final String toCod = "CAB"; StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder("{"); for (final char c : toCod.toCharArray()) { sb.append(mapCharCod.get(c)); sb.append(','); } sb.setCharAt(sb.length() - 1, '}'); System.out.println(sb.toString()); f

Categories : Java

replacing characters in a string to help mysql import
Here you go: echo 'fname sname 2 4 06:30 5 125% 32 27 84%' | sed 's/%//g' | sed -E "s/(^[a-z0-9:]+ [a-z0-9:]+|[a-z0-9:]+)/'1',/g" | sed 's/,$//' Here is the explanation of the sed commands: Strip the % signs from the string. Wrap the words with single quotes with a comma at the end The first two words are wrapped with their own set of quotes. To make this case insensitive, replace all occurrences of [a-z0-9:] with [a-zA-Z0-9:] Remove the last comma from the string.

Categories : Bash

how to import some xyz.war file into the eclipse ide
If the greeing.war has the embedded source code inside of it (WEB-INF/src) you can do the following: Install Liferay IDE plugins into Eclipse Download a 6.0.x Liferay Plugins SDK from here and extract the plugins SDK to a directory Add this SDK in your Liferay IDE preferences Window > Preferences > Liferay > Installed SDKs Download Liferay Portal tomcat bundle 6.0.6 if needed from here Unzip tomcat bundle Setup Liferay Portal Tomcat Runtime in Eclipse, File > New > Server > Liferay > Liferay Tomcat 6.0 Rename greeting.war to greeting-portlet.war From Eclipse open the File > Import > Liferay > Liferay Binary Plugin Browse to the greetings-portlet.war file Select the 6.0.x SDK you configured Select the 6.0 target runtime you configured. Press Finish The wizard will create a new portlet p

Categories : Eclipse

Organize import in Eclipse
No. See some alternatives here. Note that these are called fully qualified names, not static imports.

Categories : Java

Converting foreign characters in english characters in Java
One solutions is to change the encoding of your Ide, for example if you uses Eclipse you go where you run the project (run configurations) and put in the vm the following sentence -Dfile.encoding=cp1252 with for example you allow accents and spanish characters.

Categories : Java

How to import txt file into MySQL keeping the special characters
LOAD DATA INFILE also supports a FIELDS ESCAPED BY clause, which allows you to specify which character MySQL uses to identify special characters within a string, such as single-quotes within a single-quoted string, or tab characters (as you have in your FIELDS TERMINATED BY clause, represented as ). The default value for the FIELDS ESCAPED BY clause is , a backslash, which is why your path characters are being interpreted by MySQL and then ignored; escaping a non-special character simply returns that character, so 1 simply returns 1. You would, however, have problems with filenames such as c: mp ewfile because both and are interpreted as special characters. If you leave the escape character blank by doing FIELDS ESCAPED BY '', your import won't interpret backslashes, but you might h

Categories : Mysql

How to import Android sample into Eclipse?
Create a new android project. Then: File-> Import -> File System. From Directory: your folder containing src, res (check the box) Into Folder: your created project Or you can just manually copy and paste classes and things you need into your project using explorer, and then refresh the project to see them.

Categories : Android

Very big event about import eclipse for android?
Go to where your workspace is on your computer. If you can't find it look in the actual eclipse or sdk folder itself for your files. If that doesn't work do a general search on your computer for any file you previously saved.

Categories : Android

Cannot import twitter4j classes in Eclipse
You need to add the twitter4j-core-3.0.3.jar JAR to your build path, it can be found under the lib directory of the download. The twitter4j-core-3.0.3-sources.jar JAR only contains source code.

Categories : Java

Why I can't Import existing project to eclipse?
On the screen indicated by your screenshot, you can rename each "MainActivity" to something more unique and relevant by clicking in each text field under "New Project Name". It's not immediately apparent that this field is editable, but it is.

Categories : Android

How to import okhttp library in eclipse?
Hi Divya I think that you are refereeing to Missing com.squareup.okhttp.internal.Util crash that you can have with the latest 1.2.1 release of OkHttp. To solve your issue please download -with-dependences jar of that version. Let me know if it solved your problem :)

Categories : Android

Eclipse doesn't import dropbox egg
Do you have a file called dropbox.py as part of your project? If so, I suspect that's what's being imported instead of the actual Dropbox package. Try renaming dropbox.py to something else.

Categories : Python

How to import an Eclipse project from Windows to Mac OS
Mac OS is probably hiding the folder. You can either disable file hiding by entering defaults write com.apple.Finder AppleShowAllFiles TRUE into terminal and then using force quit to restart finder, or you can use eclipse to export your project to something like a .jar file and save yourself the headache. Good luck

Categories : Java

How to import existing C/C++ code into Eclipse?
The secret was to create a Java project and make sure the ‘Project name’ is the same as the folder name, which is where the files are: http://thusithamabotuwana.wordpress.com/2011/06/15/importing-existing-source-code-into-eclipse/

Categories : Android

How to import .scala file into eclipse?
You have to create a Scala project first with the Scala plugin, specifying the directory of the .scala file as existing source. See this guide.

Categories : Eclipse

use httpclient4.0.3.jar in eclipse but import error
Apparently, the httpclient library renamed/moved classes and packages. According to this site, the last httpclient version that contains org.apache.commons.httpclient.NameValuePair is 3.1-alpha1. If you take a look at the api from httpclient 4.2.5, you see that the package structure is different. HttpClient is now in package org.apache.http.client instead of org.apache.httpclient. I would recommend that you get the version of your libraries that you have been using before, which, most likely, was not the 4.0.3 or 4.0.1 that you are currently using.

Categories : Java

How can I import javax.json in eclipse
You will have to download the Jar from https://java.net/projects/jsonp/ as they are not yet part of main Java runtime, download the jar and add it to your classpath and it should work JSR http://jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=353

Categories : Java

How to import Android Studio project in Eclipse?
As the others say, a full import is not possible, but just try a manual 'import'. The key files for an Android project are the Java sourcecode (src directory), the resource XML files and the Manifest. Just create a new Android project in Eclipse and simply copy these files over. You may have to create a new package structure, so construct the necessary packages and copy each sourcefile over and refactor the package name if necessary. If you use any additional libraries, you may have to manually import them as well.

Categories : Android

Eclipse not finding libgdx projects to import them
Eclipse need .project file to import the projects into workspace. what you can do is create a new project and copy the source and libraries into that project Alternative method can be that create a new project and copy the .project file from that project to your project but make sure you edit the .project file and change the name of that project according to your project. read this for more information on .project file http://help.eclipse.org/juno/index.jsp?topic=%2Forg.eclipse.platform.doc.isv%2Freference%2Fmisc%2Fproject_description_file.html I will suggest you to use the First method .

Categories : Eclipse

moving from win7 to mac, eclipse missing Sun import
The sun packages are internal to a particular VM implementation and should not be used. Additionally, the class names are a good hint that they are Windows-specific on top of that and will definitely not be in an OSX JVM.

Categories : Java

Eclipse Grails - Does not recognize structure from SVN import
The problem was that the commit had additional information which broke eclipse. I created a new project from the sources, cleared the repo and made the commit based on this tutorial on the main list.

Categories : Eclipse

How properly import maven projects to eclipse?
I guess there might be some workspace issue. You might have checked out the project in workspace itself(not sure so pardon for that). What you can do is, try checking out your project in some other drive and then import the parent project. You will again see all POMs aligned in hierarchical way and then i suppose, you won't be asked for entering name for parent project and this will do the trick.

Categories : Eclipse

Import project written in maven into Eclipse
You can use eclipse plugin for maven Eclipse plugins for Maven and also check this out here and this answer will help you much: http://stackoverflow.com/a/2061645/1932105

Categories : Android

Import android project in ADT Eclipse from github
The eclipse project files (.project and .classpath) are not part of the github repository so you can't just import it into Eclipse. Easiest way to fix that is probably to create a new Android project yourself and then copy the files from the github repo into it.

Categories : Android

How to import android project properly into Eclipse?
I think that you should check the error log...probably Eclipse won't let you import it, with a message "Some projects cannot be imported because they already exist in the workspace". If this is the case, using/creating another workspace should fix the problem. If you don't want to change workspace, you may want to check this post.

Categories : Android

How To Import Google Play service in Eclipse ADT?
The specific error you have at the moment is that you are missing a library project in your application project. At a guess - you may not have imported that library into your workspace or you may not have defined it as a library (you tick "is library" in the library project itself).

Categories : Android

import hibernate-orm source into eclipse juno
You'll have to configure Gradle with your proxy settings, for example gradlew eclipse -Dhttp.proxyHost=www.somehost.org -Dhttp.proxyPort=8080. For details see Accessing the web via a proxy in the Gradle User Guide.

Categories : Eclipse

import pytz failing in eclipse - python
You need to install pytz. But you say you don't have admin rights on the PC, so you will have to "install" it to a directory you do have rights in. For example, you can install pytz into My DocumentsPython and then set the PYTHONPATH environment to point there, and Python will load pytz from your personal space rather than only considering the system locations.

Categories : Python

Unicode characters in Eclipse
In eclipse this prints the ying-yang for me System.out.println(new String(Character.toChars(9775))); Go to Window->Preferences->General->Workspace->TextFileEncoding, set it to UTF-8

Categories : Java

What do I need to configure in an Eclipse project to fix incorrect “The import XXX cannot be resolved”
The problem is that the generated sources folder has many other class definitions which are also needed by the RegistryResourceImpl class. You need to add the generated source folder as a source code location in the maven pom. A similar question has a decent answer. Appropriated from that answer: <plugin> <groupId>org.codehaus.mojo</groupId> <artifactId>build-helper-maven-plugin</artifactId> <executions> <execution> <id>add-source</id> <phase>generate-sources</phase> <goals> <goal>add-source</goal> </goals> <configuration> <sources> <source>${project.

Categories : Java

Eclipse - How to import a local source file into the same folder?
you can not import into the same folder bcz no OS allow to create multiple folder of the same name in same parent. instead, you put the folder being imported somewhere else, and while importing it to workspace, check the option to "copy into workspace"

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