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How to change IBM WebSphere Business Modeler language settings

By default, the language used in the WebSphere® Business Modeler user interface and messages is determined by the locale setting on your computer.

If you have installed additional languages in your WebSphere Business Modeler package, you can change the WebSphere Business Modeler language by changing your computer locale setting.

If you want to change to English, you have to do these steps
1. Close WebSphere Business Modeler.

2. Navigate to the eclipse.ini file located in the WebSphere Business Modeler installation directory. For example, if you installed the files in your Program Files directory, the eclipse.ini file resides in the C:\Program Files\IBM\WBModeler61 directory.

3. Make a backup of the eclipse.ini file.

4. Open the eclipse.ini file in a text editor.

5. add the following line after -vmargs:

6. Startup WebSphere Business Modeler.


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Eclipse Tips and Shortcuts


Most Common

Delete linectrl + d
Go to Methodctrl + o

Format Codectrl + shift + f
Last Editctrl + q
Line Numberctrl + l
Move line(s)alt + up/down
Open Resourcectrl + shift + r

Open Proj Propalt + enter
Open Typectrl + shift + t
Run Java Appalt + shift + x, j
Run JUnitalt + shift + x, t
Shortcut Listctrl + shift + l

Refactoring Tips

Extract Methodalt + shift + m
Extract Variablealt + shift + l
Renamealt + shift + r
Surroundalt + shift + z


Go to Windows->Preferences->Java->Editor->Templates

To Activate templates press ctrl + space after command

For loopfor
If statementif
Main Methodmain

While statementwhile

Custom Templates

  • Logger

    • private static final Logger logger = Logger.getLogger(${enclosing_type}.class);


nHibenrate Exception: Unable to locate appropriate constructor on class [Persistence.vo.CaseTypeReportBean, Persistence]

I'm using aggregate functions in my HQL, it looks like this

and the CaseTypeReportBean is as bellowing

But as I run this function, system report this error message: Unable to locate appropriate constructor on class [Persistence.vo.CaseTypeReportBean, Persistence] [select new CaseTypeReportBean(t1.caseType, count(t1)) from Persistence.vo.Cases t1 group by t1.caseType]

It results from the inappropriate data type for CaseTypeReportBean constructor

Hence, I modify the constructor just like this(from int to Int64), then it works now