Java developers can leverage on several development tools and one of the most helpful and powerful tool is the Eclipse IDE. It is a free tool that you can download from official site of Eclipse.
Click download -> select the latest version of Eclipse SDK
To run Eclipse, you need to install java on your machine. You can install Java 6 JDK on your PC or development system.
- You can download Eclipse SDK file to a temporary directory. To unpack the zip file inside a permanent directory, you can use your archive program and run the Eclipse launcher program to bring up the IDE.
- You can click to the Workbench icon present on the Welcome Screen and after that you will notice Eclipse main window- workbench.
- Now open the File menu of Eclipse -> Select New for new Java project -> Click on Java project available within the project menu list. Through this step, you can open the new Java project dialog box.
- You need to enter a project name in the New Java project dialog box -> Select the JRE 6 for this project -> Press on Finish tab.
- You need to open the Eclipse File menu -> Select Class and new Java class dialog box will be open.
- Select the Source folder in the New Java Class for the class -> Enter the name Hello World to save new class. Do ensure that the check box of area the public static void main(String args) should be checked -> Press on Finish to form a new class.
- You will notice an editor window in the Eclipse workbench with the Java source code template for the newly formed HelloWorld class.
- Select Project -> Properties -> compiler compliance level 1.6 in the dialog box of Properties for JavaApp1.
- Select Run -> Run menu item to start execution of Java app within the Eclipse IDE.
- To transfer the class file, you can use TFTP and a Telnet session and run it over the DNP/2486. To complete this job, you can use the code-
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