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Recent posts by Chris Cornelius

Thanks Christope,

So it looks like my options are to change the bean type
to either a string or double to keep the decimal intact.

Chris
13 years ago
I have an issue with trying convert a double to a Long value. I need to convert the double to Long so that it can be stored in a bean of type Long. Here is the code snippet:



I am getting the following exception:

java.lang.NumberFormatException: For input string: "1230.45"


What am I missing?

Thanks in advance.

Chris
13 years ago
You might try this:

http://www.getfirebug.com/lite.html

I have yet to try it myself, but it has got to be better than the alternatives.

Chris
Eric,

Thanks for your help, I had display: none in the hidden class, so I changed it to visibility: hidden instead and that works.

Chris
Eric,

Thanks for the suggestion, but even when I assigned a width to the cell it still shifts to the space where the dynamic select box is hidden. I then assigned a width to the table and then to the cells in the row of the form with the same results.

Chris

Hello,

I have a dynamic form wherein if the user selects a certain value in a dropdown select box another selection box appears. The problem is that the text box element in between the two selection boxes shifts when the dynamic select box appears and disappears. Here is the code that I currently am using:



The JavaScript handling the events:



I have tried using:



But still got the same results.

Thanks in advance,

Chris
You would be correct, JSTL 1.0 is what we are using. It helps to look at the manifest.

Chris
15 years ago
JSP
Bear,

Sorry for the exclusion. I am working in a JSP 1.2 and JSTL 1.1 environment.

Chris
15 years ago
JSP
Hello all,

I have an arraylist that I would like to be able to iterate through
and assign a name to the variable with the count value. The variable is then
displayed in a textbox. This is the code that I have, and it does not work. Does anyone have any suggestions?




Thanks in advance,

Chris Cornelius
15 years ago
JSP
Thanks Eric,

Will definately keep that in mind!

Chris
Thanks Ernest,

That was my thought as well, just wanted some reassurance from the resident AJAX gurus here to take back to upper management.

Chris
Hello,

I am new to the AJAX scene and am really impressed with what I have seen and read so far about it. I am currently working on an application that I have seen where AJAX could be implemented. The current environment that I use is Java 1.4.2_08 running on Sun One Application Server 7.
Does any one know if there are any known issues with using AJAX on this version of Sun's App server? I am currently proposing AJAX's use, and want to be sure that an upgrade is not needed (to Java 1.5/Application Server 8).

Thanks in advance,

Chris Cornelius
Hello,

I have a page divided up into divs and I have the left side of the page being used as a menu bar. I want to make it that the menu
is stationary while the rest of the page is scrollable. I tried using the
position: fixed in CSS, but it only works in Firefox. What do I need to get it to work in IE. I am using IE 6.0.

Thanks in advance for the help.

Chris Cornelius
Thanks Eric,

Yeah, I thought I had set the radio buttons to enabled through the name attribute. I went back and gave each one an individual id and enabled them
and that works.

Chris
Hello,

I currently have a form that I use javascript to display/hide form elements:



I want to add to this form a script to disable everything but a few specified elements, including the function to still hide/display them with a
onchange on a set of radio buttons:



Here is the html code to call the hide/display the div:


At the moment, I cannot hide/display anything because it appears LoadIt() is disabling the onchange. Any ideas on how to enable hideAll()?

Thanks,

Chris Cornelius