From: Dave Glasser <dglasser@po...> - 2005-01-29 17:51:09
=46irst, have you followed the instructions in
qform-1.3c-src-README.txt, which is available here:
When you type "ant -buildfile build.xml", it will build the default
target in build.xml, which is the "compile" target indicated here:
<project name=3D"qform" default=3D"compile" basedir=3D".">
The "compile" target will only compile the source files and place the
.class files into the classes directory.
If you want to build the qform.jar file, you need to build the
"buildjar" target, like this:
ant -buildfile build.xml buildjar=20
Actually, since your build file is called "build.xml", which ant looks
for by default, you can leave out the "-buildfile build.xml" part,
If that doesn't work, let me know what the error messages are and I'll
try to help.
On Sat, 29 Jan 2005 09:41:05 -0500, "emaravi" <emaravi@...>
>I've look your Qform java application work and it is very good.
>Dave, we have developed a system that receive any messages(by tcp/ip=20
>sockets) from any computers system, the system has rules that analyze =
>and send alerts by e-mail and telephone when the message is an event =
>affect the availability of the applications. But I does not have a=20
>console monitor that show these alerts.
>I think that Qform program can help me in order to create a console=20
>For example, the program will read a dos file with the following format:
>The Qform java application will be the baseline for this monitor =
>Dave, I am not a Java expert(we have 20 years in assembly and cobol=20
>mainframe language and recently I am working in windows environment), =
>you tell me how to compile the Qform. I 've tried with "ant -buildfile=20
>build.xml" but it does not generate the Qform.jar.
>Thanks and best regards