This is going to sound really dumb. I have some old code that looks like this:
JFrme outer = new JFram(BorderLayout.NORTH);
This is the stupid part. I already have a JFrame called outer. Now all I want to do is set its BorderLayout to NORTH. I don't want to put any buttons on it or anything. It is meant to be an MDI. I cannot find any information anywhere that allows me to set it to NORTH without putting a button it.
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Jaspersoft Studio is a plugin for Eclipse that lets you create reports from a datasource. In this article, we'll go over creating a report from a default template and setting up a datasource that connects to your database.
The viewer will learn how to use NetBeans IDE 8.0 for Windows to connect to a MySQL database.
Open Services Panel:
Create a new connection using New Connection Wizard:
Create a test database called eetutorial:
Create a new test tabel called ee…