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Eclipse - Choosing servers in "Run on server" vs setting "Target Runtime"


Eclipse - Choosing servers in "Run on server" vs setting "Target Runtime"

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Eclipse - Choosing servers in "Run on server" vs setting "Target Runtime"
Tag : java , By : SachinJadhav
Date : November 29 2020, 03:01 PM

To fix the issue you can do When you specify the server runtime environments for your project, server container JARs will be contributed to your project's class path. Also IDE will not allow you to add any project facets not supported by the target runtime server. This means that target runtime will determine possible project facets. Once project is created, server container class path will contribute to class path of the project, so any JARs required by project and available in server container will be available to your project. For example, if you project requires Java Servlet API and you add Apache Tomcat as Target Runtime, Tomcat Catalina - Java Servlet API will be available on project class path and all JARs provided by this runtime environment will be used for compilation. This means that you do not need to add manually Servlet API JARs to your project class path, target runtime will provide them. After compilation, once all necessary JARs are included you can run your project on other server, it does not necessary have to be run only on your target runtime. For example while developing Java Web Application targeted for Apache Tomcat, after compilation you can deploy it on another servlet container or application server.
Also application or web server might use different JDK version for their JRE, than your current project version. By specifying target runtime server you ensure that correct libraries are used on the project.

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Visual Studio: "Target CPU" setting in "Advanced Compiler Settings". What does it do?


Tag : .net , By : hammer_1968
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue Any CPU allows the application or library to run as either a 64bit process or a 32bit process, depending of the bitness of the operating system the process is launched on.
x86 applications will always run as 32bit application regardless of the bitness of the operating system.
bin\Debug>dumpbin /CLRHEADER bitnesstest.dll
Microsoft (R) COFF/PE Dumper Version 10.00.30319.01
Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation.  All rights reserved.


Dump of file bitnesstest.dll

File Type: DLL

  clr Header:

              48 cb
            2.05 runtime version
            2058 [     5D0] RVA [size] of MetaData Directory
               1 flags
                   IL Only
               0 entry point token
               0 [       0] RVA [size] of Resources Directory
               0 [       0] RVA [size] of StrongNameSignature Directory
               0 [       0] RVA [size] of CodeManagerTable Directory
               0 [       0] RVA [size] of VTableFixups Directory
               0 [       0] RVA [size] of ExportAddressTableJumps Directory
               0 [       0] RVA [size] of ManagedNativeHeader Directory
bin\Debug>dumpbin /CLRHEADER bitnesstest.dll
Microsoft (R) COFF/PE Dumper Version 10.00.30319.01
Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation.  All rights reserved.


Dump of file bitnesstest.dll

File Type: DLL

  clr Header:

              48 cb
            2.05 runtime version
            2058 [     5D0] RVA [size] of MetaData Directory
               3 flags
                   IL Only
                   32-Bit Required
               0 entry point token
               0 [       0] RVA [size] of Resources Directory
               0 [       0] RVA [size] of StrongNameSignature Directory
               0 [       0] RVA [size] of CodeManagerTable Directory
               0 [       0] RVA [size] of VTableFixups Directory
               0 [       0] RVA [size] of ExportAddressTableJumps Directory
               0 [       0] RVA [size] of ManagedNativeHeader Directory

What's the difference of "./configure" option "--build", "--host" and "--target"


Tag : development , By : user165871
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help As noted in this blog post and alluded to in the GCC Configure Terms, --target only applies when you are compiling toolchains. When you are doing normal cross-compilation of a library or binary you use
--build=the architecture of the build machine
--host=the architecture that you want the file to run on
./configure --build=powerpc --host=mips
./configure --build=powerpc --host=i686 --target=mips 

Eclipse breakpoints being hit even when choosing "Run" rather than "Debug"


Tag : java , By : user121350
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you If I have breakpoints in some java code, they get hit even when I select "Run" rather than "Debug". Is that expected behavior? , No, it is not the expected behavior.

Setting Xcode "deployment target" or "base SDK" to a "point oh one" (0.0.1) release


Tag : ios , By : AnthonyC
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue That value is the same one as on the Summary Screen of your target. There it's called "Deployment Target".
You can also set it project wide in the "Info" tab of the project settings.

importing ant build.xml to eclipse says "javac" task not found in target "compile"


Tag : java , By : Keniwan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps The ant build scripts are in my experience - unless explicitly handled at design time - too unstructured to warrant easy IDE integration afterwards.
We experimented with using ant4eclipse to let ant compile existing Eclipse projects (by reading the .project and .classpath files) and it doesn't scale well.
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