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#1
[Originally posted by acuratk]

Hi, i've downloaded the java source code from your website. For the Example
19.2 there seems like it will open the djex18_1.nsf and i wonder where i can
get this database in order for me to run the java agent.
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#2
Re: where to get the nsf file
[Originally posted by aspatton]

I am trying to jog my memory, but I may be mistaken. I glanced through the
code and saw no reference to the "missing" database.

Tony.
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#3
Re: where to get the nsf file
[Originally posted by acuratk]

With refer to the Figure 19.2 and 19.3 there is the database name call "DJ
Example 18.1", I wonder where i can get this database for me to try out the
java agent that given by your book. Because without that database i run the
java agent but nothing happen
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#4
Re: where to get the nsf file
[Originally posted by acuratk]

do you mean that the NSF file we need to create ourself? I think what you
giving to us is just the java code but without the nsf file that shown on your
book. There is many reference book in the market that provide the complete
example source code when we downloading from the web. So we can make sure
that the example giving is correct and run as the mentioned on the book
instead of let us trying to compile ourself and redo the example again

hope to get reply from you soon