Drupal - Hide CCK field from input form

The simplest way to do this is to enable Content Permissions module and then don't allow the intended user group to view or edit that particular field.

Drupal - Create an empty module

The following shows you step-by-step how to create an empty module.

  1. Create a directory for your module(e.g. my_empty_module/). The module directory name should be in lowercase and should not contain spaces. To avoid headaches, please restrict yourself to letters, numbers and underscores.

Firefox Extension - Write text in file in your extension's folder

Below is a code sample showing how to write text in file(data.txt) in your extension's folder.

Note:

Firefox Extension - Invoke Java code from Javascript

Standard Java Classes To use the standard Java classes from Javascript, there are only 2 steps:

  1. Insert Packages in front of the fully qualified name of the Java class that you would like to use.
  2. Assign that fully qualified class name to a local variable.

Here is simple example illustrating the 2 steps:

var myJsVariable = new Packages.java.util.ArrayList();    


Another more complex example:  

Firefox Extension

Firefox Extension tutorial

Firefox Extension - Ant build file to package Firefox's extension

Below is an example of Ant build file to package Firefox's extension.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"?>
<project basedir="." default="build" name="yourFirefoxExtName">
  <target name="build">
    <!-- JAR the content of your chrome/ folder -->
    <jar destfile="${ant.project.name}.jar">
      <fileset dir="chrome">
        <exclude name="${ant.project.name}.jar"/>
      </fileset>
    </jar>
 
    <!-- Create XPI file. -->
    <move file="${ant.project.name}.jar" todir="chrome" overwrite="yes" />

Ant

Apache Ant is a Java-based build tool.

Define a variable

TestNG - First TestNG test

Write TestNG test

Writing tests using TestNG is easy. There are only 2 steps:

Java - Setting the class path

This tutorial offers step-by-step instructions on how to set up the class path. I will use selenium-java-client-driver.jar and junit-4.5.jar as examples to show you how to add them to the CLASSPATH.

  1. Depending on the version of your MS Windows, the steps below may be different but similar.
    • If you are using MS Windows XP, then open [Classic View]Control Panel->System->Advanced->Environment Variables.

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