Is there any other reasons that we have to use avaScript in J2EE app.?
Only if you want to perform client-side operations on your pages.
[ February 02, 2004: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
Examples of this are drop-down menus or image roll-overs and dynamically updated (ie client-side) HTML elements.
You'll have to check how this works in your particular case, but we tend to keep page sizes fairly small and encourage images to be cached. This reduced the overhead of doing everything on the server. If you're finding that processing is having a noticable effect on the server, it's often cheaper to upgrade hardware than fix the problem!
Originally posted by Bear Bibeault:
Hi Louis, your contribution is very much appreciated, and I hate to throw cold water on you, but it must be pointed out that your display name doesn't conform to Ranch standards. Please reference your previous two warnings here.
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It's also worth mentioning that accounts with invalid display names get deleted, often without warning. 23 posts is on the verge of being deleted at any stage. Also, we tend to delete the accounts and only then try to contact the user. Sad but true