|I NetBeans, can I somehow store the RSA key fingerprint of the remote server or not have NetBeans confirm the key before taking action?|
| by AJ. in Programming Languages|
I'm currently using NetBeans 6.9 with the PHP plugin and a PHP
Application from Remote Server project. However, every time I upload or
download with it, I'm prompted with a warning that reads:
authenticity of host x can't be established. RSA key fingerprint is y. Are
you sure you want to continue connecting?
I'm connecting to my
own server, so yes, I always trust i
|How do I make a NetBeans 7.1 tutorial work with NetBeans 7.2 with the new wizard for New File Type|
| by Scott Walsh in Programming Languages|
The title is a bit long, but the description of the problem is quite
easy to understand.
I have NetBeans 7.2 and I am following a
tutorial that is intended for NetBeans 7.1 . The tutorial shows how to add
Language Support to highlight custom Syntax.
The problem is that NetBeans 7.1's "New File Type"
|Netbeans 7: JVM Creation Failed, which settting to change in netbeans.conf (windows)?|
| by Kronvict in Operating Systems|
I was having an issue with JVM Creation Failed when executing Netbeans
in Windows, and after looking around i found 2 parameters that can fix the
But i am unsure which to use, both fix the
Can anyone tell me the difference and advise which i
should be changing..
|execute action just before netbeans application closes — reference netbeans exit window event|
| by SperglordActual in Programming Languages|
I am working on a netbeans application with a primary TopComponent
containing a rendering canvas:
when I close the application
(not the topcomponent) an error is generated and sometimes this results in
a process running after the application closes. I have researched some and
i have seen that this is an issue with the mtgame engine I am using, but
haven't seen any solutions.
|Netbeans building GUI; how do I disable Netbeans from disallowing me to edit text?|
| by Mcad in Programming Languages|
I find it annoying that Netbeans tries to disable editing the source
code whenever I use the GUI builder utility. I have searched in Google but
could not find an answer:
How do I disable Netbeans from
disallowing me to edit my source code? Is this a bug because whenever I
right click the .java file, I am able to edit again.
|Problems running unit tests after upgrading from Netbeans 6.5 to Netbeans 6.7|
| by Icecold in Programming Languages|
I am experiencing issues with existing projects from Netbeans 6.5 in
Netbeans 6.7 when selecting a file under "Test Packages" and performing a
right click-->Debug, or right click-->Run. The error reported is:
Exception in thread "main"
Java Result: 1
I am using JUnit 4.x
not changed any code since the
|Netbeans 7.2 local history don't work with files not associated with the Netbeans project|
| by Blue in Programming Languages|
Recently I've installed Netbeans 7.2 and it seems that local history
doesn't remember single file, not associated with NB project. Before I was
working with Netbeans 6.9.1 and it saved local history for any file, either
it was part of the NB project or not.
I'm working with remote files
and sometimes this feature saved my life. Can someone confirm the
I've wrote to the Netbea
|Netbeans autocomplete unusably slow/nonfunctional in Netbeans 6.8 Latest|
| by okhomenko in Programming Languages|
I'm running a 2.5Ghz C2D with 4GB RAM, so there's no reason hardwre-wise
why Netbeans should be peforming so poorly. Using the latest Netbeans
release and grails plugin (installed via the plugin manager), automcomplete
is either too slow to use or doesn't work at all.
If I'm within
a class, and I attempt to auto-complete a field, it takes 3-4 seconds
before being able to finish the
|Netbeans - *Easy* way to tell which Netbeans project a file belongs to|
| by Davidpaul007 in Web Design|
I was wondering if there is a way in Netbeans (v 6.8, or whatever) to
have the editor tabs colored based on which project the file belongs to?
Or some other easy way to distinguish which project a file belongs to.
Basically my problem is that I have 3-4 netbeans projects,
which all have a very similar code base (production version, staging
version, development version 1, developme
|Does Netbeans 6.0.1 support JCAPS or do I have to download netbeans 6.1?|
| by overst33r in Programming Languages|
I am bit confused no how to use JCAPS. I have Netbeans 6.0.1. Is it
necessary to have Netbeans 6.1 to use JCAPS?
Secondly how do I
I am new to java so hopefully I'll find good support
Thanks in advance.