How to install MyEclipse CI 2019? MyEclipse CI 2019.4 installation activation method + tutorial


MyEclipse CI 2019MyEclipse is a very excellent collection of eclipse plug-ins for Java and J2EE development. MyEclipse is very powerful and widely supported, especially for various open source products. MyEclipse can support java servlet, AJAX, JSP, JSF, struts, spring, hibernate, EJB3, JDBC database linking tool and other functions. It can be said that MyEclipse is an exclusive eclipse development tool that almost covers all the mainstream open source products at present.

With MyEclipse CI 2019, you can get all the support you need for Java EE development. The new version brings new Java 11 support. Performance improvements and new connectors will appear in this season’s MyEclipse version. We have updated to eclipse’s 2018-12 release series, including updates to all integration tools, from JPA support and reporting to Maven and spring.

Here is a tutorial for the installation and use of the latest cracked version of MyEclipse CI 2019 withDownload address of line installation package and offline package + activation tool, please refer to the operation steps of this article for detailed installation tutorial!

Software name:
MyEclipse CI 2019.4 perfect activation Version (including offline package + activation tool + installation tutorial)
Software size:

Install activation tutorial

1. Download and extract the software, and get the myeclipse-ci-2019.4.0-offline-installer-windows.exe installer and myeclipse-2019.4.7s cracking file

2. Click software to install, next

3. Check I accept the terms of the license agreement and click Next

4. Select the software installation path. Note that there is no Chinese in the path. Click next

5. During software installation, just wait patiently

6. After installation, check the Run option, and click Finish to exit the wizard

7. Open the patch folder in the folder, copy all contents to the plugis folder in the installation directory, and click Replace file in the target

8. Open the MyEclipse 2019 keygen folder in the cracking folder, run crack.bat, and configure the JDK first. As shown in the figure,
1) Set name
2) Set the back option to blue
3) Click the systemld button
4) If the serial number does not appear, click SYSTEMd until the serial number appears
5) Finally, click the active button
Select tools-1.saveproperties

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Basic use of MyEclipse

1、 Tip: MyEclipse’s perspective button: you can switch between different perspectives (in the upper right corner)

1. Establish a project

—-File – New – Project – options include java project, web project and so on – enter project name such as myproject, others can choose default – complete

2. Create a java file

—Myproject – right click – New – sourcefolder (class, package, folder, etc.) – name such as SRC – you can put the class file in it later, and right click – New — class – to create java file in SRC

Note: the difference between folder and source folder

Source folder: used to place java files, which can be compiled automatically and nested;

Folder: it is a general folder and cannot be compiled. The following generation source folder is used

3. Run java file

—-Select test – right click – runas – Java application or click the toolbar button (similar to the player start button)

4. MyEclipse’s automatic prompt, automatic correction and automatic completion functions: yellow and red flag prompt

(1) Input part of characters, the method is generated automatically

(2) When prompted, import the corresponding package

(3) Prompt for unused packages

(4) Tips for useless methods, variables

(5) Automatic prompt interface, method of abstract class and overload

5. Debug breakpoint

(1) — right click test debug as Java application to pop up whether to switch the workspace and select OK; pay attention to the relevant windows (display program status, variables, breakpoint location, etc.). Or click the bugs button on the toolbar

(2) Method 1: place the mouse on the variable at the breakpoint, such as a, and the variable value will be displayed;

Method 2: select the variable a – right click – Watch – the variable window expression – click the start button resume or F8 to observe the variable value, or stop debugging. You can enter the current method stepinto, skip the current method Stepover, and return to steprestore; these are on the toolbar;

Similarly, you can view the value of I – right click I – Watch;

In addition, it is impossible to view the properties of an object directly in a program. For example, only the list object appears. If you want to view the size of the list, list. Size (); variables in expression are as follows:

A right click – addwatchexpression – enter the variable name or object property manually, such as list. Size();

This method will not prompt automatically. For example, if you enter list. There is no prompt, you can – Window – show view – display window – where you enter list. There will be a prompt; select list. Size () – right click – aspect – to display;

(3) Conditional breakpoint: when certain conditions are met, the breakpoint takes effect

–Right click breakpointproperties – check enablecondition for input conditions (useful for complex system debugging)

(4) Exception breakpoint: in development, there will be random exceptions, which can not be captured accurately;

When this exception occurs, it will stop, and a prompt will appear when the mouse hovers, which is used to check and deal with those variables that are abnormal, so as to facilitate debugging;

Advanced use of MyEclipse

1. How to create a package?

—-(myproject – SRC – right click – select package (and class and so on) – enter the package name

After that, you can put the class file into this package

2. Advanced configuration of the project

–Myproject – right click – properties – mainly configure javabuildpath (build path), which contains

(1) Source: it lists the java files in the folder where MyEclipse can compile and check errors, such as myproject / SRC in this example;

If you want to create a common folder folder in myproject, such as Myjava, instead of the package, the Java files in the Myjava folder will not be compiled and checked incorrectly. To make it the same as SRC: in the source panel —Addfolder check Myjava OK; in this way, you can compile the Java files in Myjava;


(3) Libraries: used to add third-party jar packages; Description:

Add external jars – you can select the corresponding jar package, such as MyEclipse driver, etc;

Add jars: used to add jar packages in this project (this method is recommended, because jars are in the project, which is convenient for migration);

3. MyEclipse’s intelligence:

(1) Automatically generate try catch and sort out exceptions – click to display the red list and select the processing scheme

(2) Auto generate setget method (see above)

(3) Auto build constructor

(4) Automatically generate Javadoc file – enter / * * enter to write parameters and exceptions to Javadoc

Common skills

(1) Code completion Alt + /: used to enter the method or class name of a class. If you press other keys and the prompt disappears automatically, you can press Alt + / to automatically complete it. For example, if you enter string + Alt + /, you will be prompted for the class or method that has the beginning of string, such as stringbuff,

For example, if you forget the structure of switch, you can enter switch + Alt + /, and prompt. Very useful.

(2) Code format right click source format

2. Common plug-ins

Database management sqlexplorer (cross database)

Decompile tool Jode

Java EE developing MyEclipse

XML writing view xmlbuddy

Web development

1. Create a web project

—New – Project – MyEclipse – Web project – enter a name such as myweb, and other defaults are available (Note: do not go to rooturl)

2. Configure MyEclipse and Tomcat 6.0

Method 1 (manual deployment): configure Tomcat’s virtual directory, point it to the web project muweb, you can use Dreamweaver to build a site to point to the web project, so MyEclipse and Dreamweaver can point to the web project at the same time; general principle, all JavaBeans, servlets are placed in SRC (package can be built), all JSP, HTML files are placed in Webroot or subdirectories. Example: in Tomcat directory e: \ tomcat6.0 \ conf, configure server.xml

< contextpath = “/ myweb” docbase = “E: \ MyEclipse workplace \ myproject \ Webroot” debug = “0” reloadable = “true” >.

Method (automatic deployment) 2: in this project – Window – preferences – MyEclipse enterprise workbench – servers – Tomcat – Tomcat 6x – select enable – browser on the right – select the Tomcat main directory; in this way, Tomcat can be started or closed in MyEclipse toolbar without manually opening Tomcat to start or close;

In addition, to use the configured Tomcat server for this project, you must deploy with Tomcat: click deploy MyEclipse J2EE project to server – add – in the toolbar and select Tomcat 6x; then you can enter the address in the browser to visit the website; you do not need to restart Tomcat.