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Solomon Alexandru3,633 Points
Problem running the TreeStory project
Hello, I have a problem with running the application (TreeStory). I imported it, can view and edit it but I'm not able to run it.
It asks for a configuration, and I have no idea how to do it. Could you please help me? I want to keep learning Java. Thank you.
Peng LiuCourses Plus Student 14,273 Points
Choose Edit configuration, on the following window called Run/Debug configurations, Among Configuration, Code coverage, and Logs tab, choose Configuration tab. in the Main class, fill in "com.teamtreehouse.Main", in the Working directory, fill in your file directory where you project is stored, it includes the name of the project, TreeStory, at end of it(all of this should be there already, you don't need to fill in actually). in Use classpath of module, it should have "TreeStory2" as the module name filled in there. in Java Runtime Environment(JRE), it should have "Default (1.x -SDK of "TreeStory2" module) filled in there. Before you do all of these make sure you have Application (with Main under it) besides Defaults on the left pane of Run/Debug configuration windows; if not, click on Defaults, choose Application, and you will need to fill in the information mentioned above. My experience with intelliJ editor is sometimes it saves a config file and settings for each different project, next time when you start a new project, it still uses the old config and settings, as a result, sometimes, you have to manually set up some settings again. if you work for a company with IT department, their IT administrator and technicians will do these kinds of settings for you, so the programmers or at least programmers-wanna-be can focus on programming and be more productive. sadly, we are the new comers to the language and development environment, you have to be both IT and programmer at the same time for yourself, same thing will happen if you are going to work for a small company with limited resources and tech support. Hope one day some programming IDEs will have key mechanism or some sort of big "Reset" button to reset everything to normal in case we messed up settings while exploring the IDEs and struggling on learning the language.