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Apple has released a pair of Java updates, Java for Mac OS X 10.5 Update 3 and Java for Mac OS X 10.4, Release 8 . Both are described simply as "updat[ing] the Java Web Start and Java Applet components to address security and compatibility issues." Both support all Intel- and PPC-based Macs, and require that the previous Java update already be installed. The updates are also available via Software Update .
Dean Iverson writes, "as much as I love the power of binding in JavaFX, it is tedious to have to bind the locations and sizes of Nodes every time you create an interface. MigLayout has long been my favorite layout manager for Java, so I volunteered to take on the task of porting it to JavaFX. It turns out that MigLayout and JavaFX are an extremely powerful combination." In the article MigLayout Comes To JavaFX , Dean shows off the basics of MigLayout, along with features unique to the JavaFX version.
Over the years, the SDN's Enterprise Java Technologies Tech Tips have covered a wide variety of enterprise Java technology topics. Have you kept up? A new Enterprise Tech Tips Crossword tests your knowledge of some topics covered in recent Tech Tips. Each clue lists a tip that contains the answer.
Apropos of Wednesday's discussion of JSR 299 (née Web Beans), the latest java.net Poll asks "Do you agree with the vote to approve JSR 299 despite lingering concerns?" Cast your vote on the front page, then visit the poll results for current tallies and discussion.
In today's Forums ,
ticachen is working through architecture-specific challenges in
debug midlets in arm built . "When I try to debug a midlet in a arm built phoneme, the debuggerï¼ˆeclipse, debug remote java applicationï¼‰ can connect to the running midlet, but once it connected, the midlet just runing and would not stop, the breakpoints does not works. I also tried to debug midlets in a i386 build, and it works well. With the same steps, and the same midlet. Anybody have any ideas?"
Jeff Gerald wonders how to
Code for specific device in LWUIT. "I would like certain action to be done done upon clicking for fire key. But certain devices do not have the fire key at all. How do I code for this situation? The questions I have are 1. Is there anyway to code for a specific device in LWUIT? 2. If there is any Preprocessing capability that can be used to remove the code not relevant to the device at build time? 3. Has anyone tried using j2me polish's device and build framework with LWUIT?"
vercinetorix can't figure out what's wrong while
Running a webservice on glassfish . "I'm trying to run a hello world style web service on Glassfish. I've completed various steps which I don't entirely understand, and the service has been deployed (I've run the test and it works). I've created a registry, however when I try to publish the web service I get the following error: "Failed to publish Web Service server_Webservice#Webservice to registries." The error isn't very descriptive and I'm looking for some suggestions on whats wrong and how to debug this."
rogyeu echoes the announcement that
6u14-b01 is available . "The early access build for Java SE 6 Update 14 build 01 is now available. Grab it if you haven't already. Major features in this release includes: - Service Tag creation for Windows JRE. - Java HotSpot 14 For more info, please see https://jdk6.dev.java.net/6uNea.html ."
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