Aaron Ting

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Hi,


I am looking for any good tutorials for Oracle 10g Form Builder + Report Builder..

Anyone out there has got good recommendations on it?

Kindly share..

Thanks in advance...


Regards,
Aaron
9 years ago
Thanks to all for the prompt replies..

The suggestions listed out so far have been really constructive..

However, I was actually looking into adding the functionality(shut down function) on my web application itself..

So, please kindly fill me in if there is any other suggestion in this area..
9 years ago

Vivek Kr Singh wrote:Since you are using Spring, you could probably write an Interceptor which checks if the system is ready to serve requests or not. You can also use a normal http filter to achieve the same.



Greetings Vivek,


Thanks for the prompt reply..

Besides the mentioned two ways, have you got any idea on how to do so using tomcat?
9 years ago
Hi to all,


I am currently doing on a project based on Spring and using Tomcat as the web server.

Was wondering if any of you guys have suggestion on how i can "lock" up the system by a click of a button, preventing any traffic from entering the server, on this period of time..

I thought that would be achievable using Tomcat and did some research online.. but, couldn't really get any source of information so far..

So, if you have any suggestion, kindly shed some light..

Thanks alot in advance..


Regards,
Aaron
9 years ago
Alright.. for the benefit of those who have or will meet with such a problem, it can be easily solved by entering <location>/error.jsp</location>

In a nutshell, include the "/" at the start of the error page..

Cheers..
9 years ago

Vivek Kr Singh wrote:check this post




Hi Vivek,


Thanks for your prompt reply..

I've checked the site which you posted and followed as it has instructed..

I've keyed in the following lines in the web.xml file of the website i am testing it out on.. and the contents i have keyed in is as follows,


"
<error-page>
<error-code>404</error-code>
<exception-type>java.lang.Throwable</exception-type>
<location>error.jsp</location>
</error-page>
"


However, i just kept getting this error whenever i start tomcat,

"SEVERE: End event threw exception
java.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException"


Any idea to solve it.. ?

Thanks in advance..
9 years ago
Hi,


Anyone have any idea on creating a generic error page on Tomcat 6?

i.e. Any errors that might occur in the whole website will be re-directed to error.html ?

Kindly share any possible solutions you might have.. thanks..


Regards,
Aaron
9 years ago

Originally posted by Chetan Parekh:


There is a proverb in my Gujarati it says “One who dig a hole for others, fell him self first.”




Yeah.. thanks for your proverb, i got to understand its meaning with me as an example for it..
:roll: :roll: :roll:
13 years ago
I thought i could play some silly jokes to fool my friends.. now, i realise.. i have been fooled.. :X
13 years ago
Well, just like Bob.. i don't really like my company's helpdesk people too.. They can get pretty upset over the slightest thing an employee do on their workstation..

But, as like what Henry said, who will be responsible for a security leak.. we all know the answer.. so, sometimes, just compromise with each other.. do things that benefit both parties.. tolerate with some nonsense.. (trust me.. it wouldn't make you a nonsense in the end..) it will make you a better person at the end of the day... :roll:

In a nutshell, the helpdesk people are just following the policies set by each different companies... so, chill~
13 years ago
Looks like many here are skeptical over living 100yrs..
13 years ago
Hmmm... shaktimaan will get upset if you do that again..
13 years ago

I stopped going to the movies for fear of sitting on a needle infected with AIDS.



Next time, bring your own chair to the cinema..
13 years ago