[sip-comm-dev] Running the SipCommunicator


#1

Hello All,

            I had downloaded the SipCommunicator Souce Code and had builded
it using NetBeans Ide. I got the following Message while running the
SipCommunicator.

Welcome to Felix.

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Enter profile name:

           Can anybody from the dev explain me how to run it to launch the
UI?

Thanks,
Vinoth Kumar


#2

Hi Vinoth,

Did you just created new project and just imported the sources/libs or you
used the nbproject that is found in ide/ directory?

If you created project from scratch make sure you are using the existing
build.xml file (there is an option while creating netbeans project -
Free-form project) and set up the Build and Run properties (under Project
properties) to corresponding ant targets. Build project - make, Clean
project - clean, Run project - run, Test project - test.

But probably better would be to copy content of ide/nbproject to nbproject
folder. Alternatively you can also build it from command line. Just use "ant
make" to build it and "ant run" to run it.

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On Fri, May 2, 2008 at 9:42 AM, VinothKumar Eswaran <vinoth.e@mobax.com> wrote:

Hello All,

            I had downloaded the SipCommunicator Souce Code and had
builded it using NetBeans Ide. I got the following Message while running the
SipCommunicator.

Welcome to Felix.

Enter profile name:

           Can anybody from the dev explain me how to run it to launch the
UI?

Thanks,
Vinoth Kumar

--
Regards, Martin Harvan
----
web:http://gsoc.rubycoder.org
icq: 265 634 317
jabber: martinhrvn@gmail.com


#3

Martin Harvan wrote:

Hi Vinoth,

Did you just created new project and just imported the sources/libs or you used the nbproject that is found in ide/ directory?

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I recently did a lot of work on the netbeans wiki because I found it was out of date. I presume you are trying to check out the source from the svn repository?

Please read and follow the latest instructions carefully at http://www.sip-communicator.org/index.php/Documentation/ConfigureNetbeansNew

Please pay particular attention to the instructions about NOT checking the source out under netbeans (SSL problem) and NOT copying the entire ./ide/nbproject/ directory to ./nbproject.

If you follow the procedures, you should be able to right-click the project and select "clean and build", which should build everything needed to run or test sip-communicator.

Brian

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#4

Hi Martin,

             Thanks for your Reply. I am able to run it now. Can I know how
to run it as a normal Java Application without using ANT in the Netbeans
Ide.

Thanks/Regards,
Vinoth Kumar.

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On Fri, May 2, 2008 at 1:31 PM, Martin Harvan <martinhrvn@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi Vinoth,

Did you just created new project and just imported the sources/libs or you
used the nbproject that is found in ide/ directory?

If you created project from scratch make sure you are using the existing
build.xml file (there is an option while creating netbeans project -
Free-form project) and set up the Build and Run properties (under Project
properties) to corresponding ant targets. Build project - make, Clean
project - clean, Run project - run, Test project - test.

But probably better would be to copy content of ide/nbproject to nbproject
folder. Alternatively you can also build it from command line. Just use "ant
make" to build it and "ant run" to run it.

On Fri, May 2, 2008 at 9:42 AM, VinothKumar Eswaran <vinoth.e@mobax.com> > wrote:

Hello All,

            I had downloaded the SipCommunicator Souce Code and had
builded it using NetBeans Ide. I got the following Message while running the
SipCommunicator.

Welcome to Felix.

Enter profile name:

           Can anybody from the dev explain me how to run it to launch the
UI?

Thanks,
Vinoth Kumar

--
Regards, Martin Harvan
----
web:http://gsoc.rubycoder.org
icq: 265 634 317
jabber: martinhrvn@gmail.com