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By Brian Sam-Bodden

Starting POJOs: From beginner to specialist introduces you to open resource light-weight internet improvement utilizing undeniable outdated Java gadgets (POJOs) and the instruments and frameworks that permit this. Tier by way of tier, this publication publications you thru the development of complicated yet light-weight company Java-based internet purposes. Such purposes are headquartered round a number of significant open resource light-weight frameworks, together with Spring, Hibernate, Tapestry, and JBoss (including the hot light-weight JBoss Seam).Additional aid comes from the main profitable and accepted open resource instruments: Eclipse and Ant, and the more and more renowned TestNG. This ebook is perfect if you?e new to open resource and light-weight Java. You?l methods to construct an entire firm Java-based net program from scratch, and the way to combine different open resource frameworks to accomplish this objective. You?l additionally research ideas for quickly constructing such purposes.

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Fm Page 37 Wednesday, February 22, 2006 6:03 AM CHAPTER 2 ■ ECLIPSE Concurrent Versions System Projects with multiple developers require a shared source-code repository. Because open source projects have many contributors, they definitely require a central repository. Typically, these contributors are distributed throughout the world and connected only via the Internet. The de facto standard for open source version control is the Concurrent Versions System (CVS). CVS, an open source project itself, provides secure, multiuser version-control access over TCP/IP networks, including the Internet.

Fm Page 26 Wednesday, February 22, 2006 6:03 AM 26 CHAPTER 2 ■ ECLIPSE The views in an Eclipse perspective reflect the needs of a related set of tasks. In the case of the Java perspective, the task is to create, test, and execute Java classes. Central to any perspective is the editor or editors associated with it. Figure 2-3. Java perspective Creating an Eclipse Project Let’s start by creating a simple Eclipse Java project. Select File ➤ New ➤ Project, which will bring up the New Project wizard as shown in Figure 2-4.

Driver class as shown in Figure 2-24. Figure 2-24. fm Page 43 Wednesday, February 22, 2006 6:03 AM CHAPTER 2 ■ ECLIPSE With the database installed and configured as explained in Chapter 4, we can now configure a SQLExplorer alias. Select the Aliases view, right-click and select “Create new Alias”. Complete the “Create new Alias” dialog as shown in Figure 2-25 and click OK. Figure 2-25. “Create new Alias” dialog To connect to the newly created alias, right-click on the alias node in the Aliases view and select Open.

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