The complete source code of the DbForms project and the related examples is now available
on the CVS (current versioning system) at Sourceforge.net.
In case you do not know how to download sources from CVS, please read Sourceforge's site documentation; this document contains lots of useful information.
Create a local directory, e.g.
dbforms, on your local harddisk.
Type the following to log-in:
cvs -d:pserver:email@example.com:/cvsroot/jdbforms login
and then fetch the files:
cvs -z8 -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/jdbforms co dbforms
Now you should retrieve all the DbForms source files and libraries.
JAVA_HOMEpointing to the root directory of that installation (e.g.
c:\jdk1.3.1on a Windows system)
antto start the build process
The build process should make:
.jarfile containing the DbForms jar library
.warfile for each sample app in directory
.war files to your Servlet 2.2+ compatible servlet container!
If you are not using MySql, you have to edit the
dbforms-config.xml file to set up the database connection
And of course, do not forget to create the test-databases according to the
*.sql files in