Running the converter Application Client
When you run the application client, the application client container first injects the resources specified in the client and then runs the client. You can run the application client using either NetBeans IDE or Ant.
Running the converter Application Client Using NetBeans IDE
Follow these instructions to run the application client using NetBeans IDE.
In NetBeans IDE, make sure the converter application is open.
In the Projects tab, right-click the converter project and select Run. You will see the following output in the Output tab:
... $100.00 is 11258.00 Yen. 11258.00 Yen is 78.81 Euro. ...
Running the converter Application Client Using Ant
To run the application client using Ant, perform the following steps.
In a terminal window, go to this directory:
Type the following command:
This task will retrieve the application client JAR, converterClient.jar and run the retrieved client JAR. converterClient.jar contains the application client class and the support classes needed to access ConverterBean. Although you are using Ant to run the client, this task is the equivalent of running:
appclient -client client-jar/converterClient.jar
In the terminal window, the client displays these lines:
... $100.00 is 11531.00 Yen. 11531.00 Yen is 81.88 Euro. ...