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From Thomas Fischer <Fisc...@seitenbau.net>
Subject RE: target/classes ?
Date Thu, 25 Nov 2004 09:51:11 GMT





Hi Tim,

The questions you are asking are basic java / jdbc question. Please go to
sun's java tutorial to learn what a classpath  and a package is, and to
sun's jdbc tutorial what a jdbc url is.

  Thomas

Tim Ahrens <tahrens@imiinc.net> schrieb am 23.11.2004 17:51:13:

> On page:
>  <http://db.apache.org/torque/tutorial/step2.html>
> http://db.apache.org/torque/tutorial/step2.html
>
> There are a couple of items that weren't clear to me:
>   # The target database platform.
>   torque.database = mysql
>
>   # The target package to put the generated classes in.
>   torque.targetPackage = com.kazmier.om  # What is the origin of this ??
> Why kazmier??  There is no explanation of why this setting is used or
what
> it means. Can you supply an explanation?
>
>   # The JDBC URL that Torque can use to create and
>   # drop databases if instructed to do so.
>   torque.database.createUrl = jdbc:mysql://127.0.0.1/mysql
>
> And further down:
>
> Torque runtime and dependant libraries
>
>
> In order to be able to compile and use the generated class files it is
> necessary to include the Torque runtime jar file and jar files for all of
> the necessary dependencies in the classpath of your project. The
necessary
> jars are included in the torque/lib directory of the Torque runtime. If
you
> are using Maven to build your project it may be easiest to copy the
> necessary dependencies <http://db.apache.org/torque/dependencies.html>
from
> the Torque
>
<http://cvs.apache.org/viewcvs.cgi/db-torque/project.xml?only_with_tag=TORQU

> E_3_1_BRANCH> runtime POM.
>
> Note: There is no need to include the torque-gen jar file in your project
> classath, including it may adversly affect the logging configuration of
your
> application.
>
> How do I know what the classpath of my project is?? And, where is that
> defined or set??  It was not clear to me if I need to set that path in
one
> of these configuration files or what.  The only classpath I am familiar
with
> is the one in the environmental variables list of Windows - do I need to
add
> it there for every project I do??
>
> Also you refer to the Torque runtime jar file - is that:
> torque-gen-3.1.1.jar
>
> Thanks in advance,
> Tim
>
> Tim Ahrens
> Web Developer
> IMI, Inc.
> 408-428-9888 x328
> Fax: 408-428-0715
> tahrens@imiinc.net
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tim Ahrens
> Sent: Tuesday, November 23, 2004 8:14 AM
> To: 'torque-dev@db.apache.org'
> Subject: target/classes ?
>
>
> Your tutorial on Torque says:
>
>
> Logging configuration
>
>
> To have any logging messages sent to the console add the following to a
file
> named log4j.properties and place this in your classpath (putting it in
your
> target/classes will do the trick).
>
> I am sure to a Java programmer, this is a no-brainer, but I am new to
this
> realm, have only taken a beginning course in Java. I have scoured your
site,
> and the internet search for references to "target/classes" and I cannot
find
> where this is, can you update your Tutorial, so it is clear where this
is.
> In the meantime, can you tell me where to put this file?
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
> Tim
>
> Tim Ahrens
> Web Developer
> IMI, Inc.
> 408-428-9888 x328
> Fax: 408-428-0715
> tahrens@imiinc.net
>
>


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