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Creator - sucks on the Mac

Bill's got a screenshot of Java Studio Creator on the Mac. I've been playing around with it for the last 1/2 hour and it pretty much sucks on the Mac. It's very slow and seems jerky. Oh well, a lot of apps suck on the Mac. Damn slow-ass PowerBooks. wink

I got a simple list screen working that pulls data from a MySQL table. I thought the "Data Grid" component was supposed to include pagination and list functionality like the display tag. From what I can tell - it's not capable of this functionality. Maybe I'm missing something?

Posted in JavaOne at Jun 28 2004, 05:48:20 PM MDT 3 Comments

looking for this?

Posted by rich! on June 29, 2004 at 04:03 AM MDT #

I does support pagination etc. -- right click on the data table, and select "Table Layout". (If you right click on an embedded component, like an output text within the data table, look for a context menu item named "dataTable1" (or whatever the outer component is named) and that's a pullright which will include the component specific context menu items for the ancestor component, such as "Table Layotu".)

Posted by Tor Norbye on June 29, 2004 at 04:18 AM MDT #

Creator seems dog slow on a 2.6 P4 under XP, too... it's not overly jerky, but it takes ages to do a deploy cycle. Then, once it's up on the server, the first page hits take <em>forever</em>. Really annoying.

Posted by Robert Watkins on June 29, 2004 at 12:26 PM MDT #

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