The Attachments class takes a text file as an argument. You can specify any text file. The attachments directory contains a file named addr.txt that you can use.
To build the program using NetBeans IDE, follow these steps:
In NetBeans IDE, choose Open Project from the File menu.
In the Open Project dialog, navigate to tut-install/javaeetutorial5/examples/saaj/.
Select the attachments folder.
Select the Open as Main Project check box.
Click Open Project.
A Reference Problems dialog appears. Click Close.
Right-click the attachments project and choose Resolve Reference Problems.
In the Resolve Reference Problems dialog, select the first of the missing JAR files and click Resolve.
The missing files are activation.jar, javaee.jar, and appserv-ws.jar.
Navigate to the as-install/lib/ directory.
Select the missing JAR file (activation.jar, for example) and click Open.
In the Resolve Reference Problems dialog, all the files have green check marks to the left of their names.
Right-click the project and choose Build.
To run the program using NetBeans IDE, follow these steps:
Right-click the attachments project and choose Properties.
Select Run from the Categories tree.
In the Arguments field, type the name of a text file:
Right-click the project and choose Run.
To run Attachments using Ant, go to the directory tut-install/javaeetutorial5/examples/saaj/attachments/. Use the following command:
ant run-att -Dfile=path-name
Specify a text file as the path-name argument:
ant run-att -Dfile=addr.txt
When you run Attachments using this file, you will see output like the following:
Running Attachments. Attachment attached_text has content type text/plain Attachment contains: Update address for Sunny Skies, Inc., to 10 Upbeat Street Pleasant Grove, CA 95439 USA Attachment attached_image has content type image/jpeg