I updated the three files so the package name matches - two had a lower case F. Just to be clear, now that they're all under the same package there will be no importing of anything required, right?
Ben Hutchenson wrote:I had thought that I needed to create objects with a unique name for every iteration (eg. FC0, FC1, FC2, etc) but I saw a post mentioning that the FC object is destroyed after each iteration...
Ben Hutchenson wrote:For my particular project I don't believe it's important to actually label each object in the ArrayList is there? When I say label, I mean declare each one with a variable name that uniquely identifies it (because I can just call deckEntire.get(int) right?
paul nisset wrote:Regarding point  - It seems the take away point from Jeff and Paul C. is that I was looking for a value from a parent Node and not a child Node. ie "adminappv" is the parent node of the text node that contains the value I was looking for.
Jack Tauson wrote:1) User sends an Ajax request which triggers this stored procedure, and this SP is going to take long time.
2) While the request in Step #1 is still running, user could send another Ajax request ( I don't know if this is possible or not because I am using Ajax; I might have to use something else to handle (send and receive) asynchronous requests)
3) Similarly, if the above two requests are still RUNNING, user could send 3rd request and so on and so forth.
Sorry, I didn't understand this part completely. Are you referring that I could use multi threading instead of JMS here?
paul nisset wrote:In light of that ,do you know why the following line in Eclipse hovering over element after the assignment ,I get " [adminappv:null] " when the text in the document's element is "0"?
Jack Tauson wrote:So maybe I could keep on pushing "RUNNING" message to the JMS queue until I get the message "COMPLETE". At the same time, my consumer will keep on checking
what's the latest message is on the queue, so basically, as long as the messaage on the queue is "RUNNING", the conde inside consumer won't do any thing. As soon as consumer sees that the message is "COMPLETE",
I could go ahead and do other stuff like grabbing data from other tables. How does this sapproach sounds? Please let me know if it's erroneous.
I think in this scenario, the UI would be tied to this particular request only,right? and until this request finishes, the user won't be able to do other things
Jack Tauson wrote:And as soon as the status in STATUS_CHECK table shows COMPLETE, I could have selected data from different tables so that I could send it to the UI for download.