We have written some examples about JSO. They are available in the package
net.sf.jso.examples. To run these examples you should:
controller.propertiessupplied with JSO distribution, filling it with your configuration.
logging.propertiesfile, also supplied with JSO distribution, to control logging configuration and avoid undesirable messages.
-Dcommand line option of Java interpreter must be used to make property
java.util.logging.config.filepoint to this file.
run.shfile supplied with JSO according to you environment. Then call
run <some class>at the command line.
Take a look at the
*.ex to have an idea of how to modify
This example is a very simple banking application with four programs:
This example contains some unrelated classes demonstrating some of the JSO's features: