Project Properties (Java Screen-Based Web Applications)

Note: This information applies only to web applications created with a 6.0 or earlier version of Web Builder and is available for backward compatibility. You can continue to configure and build an application of this type, but you cannot create new projects with this feature set. See Support for Existing Projects for more information.

Use the Project tab to configure Java classes and documentation, as well as host connection and security properties.

 

Include source code in archive (.jar file)
Select this option if you want Web Builder to include the source files with the compiled classes in the .jar file. By default, the source files are not included.


Generate JavaDoc documentation
Select this option if you want Web Builder to generate JavaDoc documentation of the methods in your generated code. By default, the source files are not included. The JavaDoc documentation is generated using the descriptions from the Procedure Editor; therefore, make sure the procedure descriptions are as complete as possible. See the Tables Overview for more information.

 

Java package name
Use this option to create unique package names. Note: This option is only available for individual projects.

 

Method timeout
Specifies how long to wait for a method to complete before timing out. The default is 30 seconds.

 

Locale
Specifies the locale (or language) that the generated JavaBeans use to communicate with the Host Integrator Server. Change this setting only if you provide locale-specific resources or files for the Host Integrator Server. The default uses the current operating system locale.

Require username and password
Specifies whether generated web applications use Host Integrator security to connect to the host. If you select this option, users are prompted for a valid user ID and password when a project attempts to connect to the host.

Note: Selecting this option does not override the security requirements for the application. An application that requires no security credentials will allow a user to continue without providing password information. Conversely, an application requiring security credentials will include a password prompt even if this option is not selected. Use this option, for example, when you generate a web application using a server that does not have security enabled, but will be exporting that generated application to a system that does have security enabled.

 

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