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I create Computer laboratory Inventory System and i'm going to update the data in the monitor list.I have monitor list in Jtabbed Pane and it has subtabbed Pane name Laboratory A, Laboratory B, Laboratory C, Laboratory D, Laboratory E, Library.
I have combobox which name is monitorlocation that contains a value of Laboratory A, Laboratory B, Laboratory C, Laboratory D, Laboratory E, Library.
The monitorlocation is for when i save a data i chose in value of combobox for me to save it in different place because the monitor are separated in several laboratory.
this is my code for connecting in database: import *; import javax.swing. Db Utils; public class Monitors extends javax.swing.
Yesterday I checked Netbeans new version and got 7.1.2 version.
Then I want to update Netbeans to version 7.1.2, but Netbeans doesn't auto detect previous version and remove it before install. How to install Netbeans new version with remove previous version and keep projects data?
directly inside the project root, but it's customizable.
Uninstalling the previous version does not touch any of this data so no problem there.
Back to the community news list By: jkovalsky, Happy new year!
As announced towards the end of last year, we are ending the @mailing lists and web forums: https://netbeans.org/community/news/show/1646Net Beans is in the process of moving to Apache, the current status can be read in the latest Apache incubator report: https://wiki.apache.org/incubator/January2018 A lot more work is ahead, though a lot has been done already.
Take note of the following: Finally, thank you all for your many years of usage and support of Net Beans — we look forward to continuing the Net Beans adventure with you in Apache!