I am using Netbeans 6.7. I had first installed Java 1.5 before installing Netbeans. When i installed Netbeans it took Java 1.5 as the default version. Then i installed Java 1.6 on my machine. I need to change the default JDK of my netbeans to 1.6 not only to a specific project but to the whole Netbeans application.
Solution You can change the JDK
I am using NetBeans 7.4 DEVELOPMENT VERSION 2, All packages.
First I used NetBeans 7.2, All packages. Then I was notified that I have updates. So I updated it to 7.4 DEVELOPMENT VERSION.
Then again I was notified that I have updates, and I started updating. But by mistake, I clicked a php file while NetBeans was updating, and an error occurred th
I'm developing a desktop application using netbeans, hibernate and firebird.
The wizard does not give me trouble creating files hibernate.cfg.xml,
But by trying: New -> Other -> Hibernate -> Hibernate Mapping Files and POJOs from Database, using my hibernate.cfg.xml and hibernate.reveng.xml
the wizard throws the exception:
I am having trouble with Glassfish 3.1.2 on Netbeans 7.3. Every time I click on the "Stop server" button on Netbeans, I have to create a new domain because it does not start when I run the application.
I have been looking around, but until now, I have not found any possible solution for this. Does anyone know what may be happening with this?
If I tell NetBeans (6.9) to compile on save, NetBeans warns me the compiled classes are not identical to classes compiled with JDK's compiler. The Java platform is set to "JDK 1.6" in the same dialog. Which compiler is used by NetBeans? Why doesn't NetBeans use the JDK compiler?
Solution Like Eclipse, Netbeans does not use standard javac so tha
I don't use the Derby database in Glassfish, and I don't want it to be automatically started when Glassfish starts.
In Netbeans (v8) Services --> Servers --> Glassfish Server --> Properties --> Common
I turn off the "Start Registered Derby Server" flag -- which works for the current session of Netbeans, only; the next time I start N
my NetBeans has ugly fonts in interface. I'm going to make antialiasing for it. In internet I saw that there is should be
in netbeans_default_options. This file should be located in /etc/netbeans.conf. But there isn't this file. I have NetBeans 6.8. Help, please.
Do you know how Netbeans decides which filename to use for the application-scoped resources: sun-resources.xml or glassfish-resources.xml?
Is this name configurable or hard-coded?
As far as I understand GlassFish supports sun-resources.xml for backward compatibility. But according to "Application Deployment Guide" preferred filename is glassfish-r
I want to take an input from user with using Scanner in my project. It gives same error so i created another project to try Scanner only but it still gives this error.
I looked up for solved questions in stackoverflow but they're large codes than mine, so maybe NoSuchElementException caused by their codes. I mean isn't it weird in simple Scanner c
Hi all i have a project in netbeans 7.1.2 and i get the following problem while i try to build the project
D:\netbeans_workspace\Servlets-DWR\nbproject\build-impl.xml:479: The libs.CopyLibs.classpath property is not set up.
This property must point to
org-netbeans-modules-java-j2seproject-copylibstask.jar file which is part
of NetBeans IDE inst