Creating JUnit Test Cases using NetBeans

August 6th, 2007

In a Big project a programmer might need to test each component of our program independently from the rest of our program. In Java this is supported by JUnit Test cases.

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In the design phase of the project every method is supposed to do some particular job and have also come up with a set of tests to ensure that method is functioning properly. JUnit provides a frame work to take each one of the methods and perform individual tests so that we can ensure that we are getting proper values.

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Toolbar Settings And Shortcuts In NetBeans IDE

August 2nd, 2007

1. NetBeans IDE provides you feature for setting “Toolbars” and their components so as to show/hide components in IDE.Under “view->Toolbars” you can add/remove Toolbar components. In the example below you can see Toolbar components .You can select/deselect them to show/hide in IDE panel.

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How to set General options in NetBeans IDE

August 2nd, 2007

Every IDE has some basic settings so that look and feel of the IDE can be adjusted as per user convenience. In this blog we are going to explore the basic working of the IDE “Options”.

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Generating JavaDoc For a Project In NetBeans IDE

August 2nd, 2007

JavaDoc is a set of Html Files For any Java Project .In Big Java Projects It is always better to generate document of the code written so as to make better understanding of the classes’ usage and detail about their methods .Here is the small introduction to JavaDoc Generation using NetBeans IDE.

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Calling a Stateful Session bean in NetBeans

July 30th, 2007

In the previous blog Introduction to stateful session Bean in NetBeans there was information regarding developing stateful session bean. Here we will learn how to make call business methods of a stateful session bean.

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Introduction to Stateful Session Bean In NetBeans

July 30th, 2007

In previous blog Creating J2ee Modules in NetBeans IDE we got the basic knowledge about creating EJB-Module in NetBeans IDE.

Here we will learn to create a stateful session Bean using NetBeans IDE.

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Calling a Message Driven Bean in NetBeans

July 30th, 2007

In previous blog Creating Message Driven Beans in NetBeans we learned about developing a Message Driven Bean in NetBeans IDE. Here we will learn how to call it using features of NetBeans IDE.

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Introduction

March 23rd, 2007

NetBeans IDE was started as a student project in the Czech Republic around November 2001. But later Sun Microsystems acquired it as an open source project. This was first sponsored open source project of Sun Microsystems. Now it is managed by netbeans.org an independent organization.

The main features of NetBeans IDE are its easy support for developing Web and Enterprise Application in a very quick way. It has almost all the tools software developers need to create cross-platform Java desktop, Enterprise and Web applications. IDE Runs on Windows, Linux, MacOS, as well as Solaris. It is open-source and free.

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