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plz explain your problem only not what you know....1 person found this helpful
Umer i tried to explain , let you please check once , U will be getting.
In actually i show the display in cap file properties like - "the project is not built "
I need to set any path? or jcop project automatically handle it.
please read my question, i tried to give my best there and i hope you would get what i want to know. and i am sure u really have a solution of this problem.
i only want to know that- when i will use jcop simulation . I need to set any path for build in build configuration or
just set jcop plugin in eclipse , make your applet and check build it automatically option , this is all to get .cap file in bin folder??????????????????????????
because i am unable to get .cap file.
Edited by: 915700 on Feb 23, 2012 8:48 AM
Are you getting the problem "Building workspace encountered a problem" ?1 person found this helpful
yes, and because of this i am not getting a .cap file in bin folder, that 's why i want to ask you that , I need to do some path setting to remove this problem?
but one thing is more- whenver i used template applet and pass all required things like package id and applet it and all,
here when eclipse screen comes , it show me the cap property window and here i also get the cap file but if i add something in sample applet then i am unable to build it again, why it is happening?
You need to change the Java compiler version for your project in Project -> Properties -> Java Compiler. You enable project specific settings and change the compliance level to 1.3 for JC2.2.1 or 1.5 for JC220.127.116.11 person found this helpful
Thanks Umer for your suggestion , but i dont need to do this, It was my silly mistake to handle the things properly.
Initially i was unable to getting the eclipse and JCOP concept, but now i do. now I am able to build the project or eclipse is building it automatically !!!! I faced this problem b'se i am a newbie in java card. but now things going good to me.
I want to share my getting here:--
My dout was - Is jcop intially have all the Jar's , converter which is required to create a cap file????
My ans is - Yes, EVERYTHING IT HAVE INSIDE.
you just get eclipse ide and get jcop plugin, and paste jcop plugin jar's inside the plugin folder of ecipse and START ECLIPS AGAIN.
NOW EVERYTHING IS SET FOR YOU,
ECIPSE AUTOMATICALLY BUILD OPTION WILL CREATE A FRESH .CAP FILE WHENEVER U MADE A NEW CHANGES
NO REQUIREMENT OF JCDE-java card development envoirnment no requirement of jcdk- java card development kit , no requirement of set any build path in eclipse. just make your applet , and run with jcop tool.
hmm good to hear that your confusion has been solved.