Mike Pandey

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I do not think you got my quetsion on EL correctly.

Meanwhile, I found from Net that for SimpleTaghandlers we cannot have body-content set as JSP.

I have my Comp broker from last few dayz hence did not get a chance to check these out on Tomcat.... So Communicating from a cyber cafe..
Please help clarify by the time my PC comes up

The first doubt on EL is the way the [] operator is processed.
Assume I have a PageScoped attribute named XYZData set and it has properties name, size, priceList..etc The priceList property is a List.

so does a expression like ${XYZData[priceList[0]]} first try to evaluate priceList as an attribute in any scope? or it evaluates XYZData and then gathers that priceList is a property.

Accdng to my knowledge, ${XYZData.priceList[0]} would work fine.

The second doubt is on the CustomTags body-content.
I read SimpleTags from HF and found that the JspFragment passed in setJspBody() of SimpleTaghandler cannot conatin scripting expressions.

So does that mean we cannot use <body-content>JSP</body-content> for TagHandler written extending SimpleTagHandler.

I have not read ClassicTag Handlers so not so sure abt the same.

Can anyone pls clarify?

Hi All,

I'm developing a editable combo using a textbox and a select menu.
Now I have a problem in opening the select drop down programatically

calling click(); on selectId object does not do the job. Any alternative here?

Also, for FF is there any alternative function for setActive() which wud enable the dropdown without actually removing focus frm textbox?

Pls help

From One of the threads I got the meaning of Document Wrapped explained by Peer.

Can anyone clarify the other statement on One Way operations?


Y'day while reading some of my friends notes I found the foll

Doucument/Wrapped mode....What is this kinda messaging style and is it different from Document/Literal mode?

Also, I read that One way operation is only possible in Document/Literal and RPC/Literal would always be two way

can any one pls validate the stmts and clarify them?

Thanks Peer.

RMH 669; created the confusion.

we declare the JSE as Servlet only for mapping purpose and it is not a Servlet then I have a question on the foll stmt

In conclusion: I would guess that for a JSE a filter can see the JSE's HTTP requests and responses

I would reckon this to be fine if the filter was linked to with JAX-RPC Servlet. How would JSE go around?

guess this thread is getting longer and longer...

Thanks once again.
Thanks once again Peer!!

But another doubt here....

I installed a filter in the request handler chain of the web container. The filter saw all the requests coming in for all the servlets and JSPs that were deployed in the web container. It never fired for any web service requests.

Let us assume I have a Implementation marked as servlet in web.xml and webservices.xml too marks it for a given Port component.
Now if I have a filter mapping for that particular servlet, does the above stmt mean that any webservice Reqst for that port will not pass through this filter?


3)a lot of programming and understand apis very well(yes the questions deserves this effort)

Are you talking about SAAJ? Do they drag in very much?
What material did you use for Security and Design Patterns?

Thanks Peer for the clarification.

I read through Ch 22 & 23 in RMH and few other doubts have originated.

It says, the <service-ref> in web.xml would help the Web Clients in generation some skeleton code which helps in SOAP messages generation for a operation call from Client.

It also says that the port definition in webservices.xml would be used at endpoint to generate 'JAXRPC servlet' kinda code which would do the marshalling of SOAP messages into Java Method calls.
Further, it talks about defining the Implementation class in web.xml as Servlet. This is also fine.

But how would the web container know to direct webservice calls to the generated JAX RPC servlet which embeds the JSE?
And where does the mapping go in web.xml to declare the generated Code as Servlet?

ok. Thanks Bear.

But is there a way to handle this situation in IE7.0?
Hi All,

I have a modal dialog which worked just perfect for me in IE6.0 with the given width and height. But in IE7.0, there seems to be a address bar and status bar appearing which hides some lower contents in the window.

The address and status bar can be get rid by enabling a Miscellaneous security option in IE7.0.
But from a programmers perspective how do I take care of the same?

Is there js code available to detect the above mentioned setting?

How do I tackle this problem?

[ June 19, 2007: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
Hi Guys,

Does that mean the webservices.xml is just used while generating server side artifacts?

Also, could you please explain as to how service-ref element in web.xml, the webservices.xml file and the jax-rpc mapping play a role at the runtime if any?

Please help clear my doubts.

Hi Guys,

I have been reading RMH on deployment topic without any implementation. Thought webservices.xml, jaxrpc mapping file and web.xml or ejb-jar.xml was sufficient enough for service deployment.

But when I read through some AXIS material I found refernce to wsdd file but did not get time to give a good look. Is it similar to webservices.xml?