Shibin Raghavan

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Recent posts by Shibin Raghavan

Could anyone plzz tell me the minimum config requirement for Ws 4.0 to run smoothly??
I have installed the WS4.0 on WindowsNT having 512 RAM 1Gb processor. But, when I try to install the application(75Mb), it goes for a toss.
So, plzzz help me.
regards,
Shibin
17 years ago
What r the points that I need to take into consideration while porting an EJB application from Weblogic5.1 to Websphere4.
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Shibin
17 years ago
Even I too am facing the same problem. So, Mustang could u plzzz tell me something abt this ANT tool.
Regards,
Shibin
17 years ago
Hi, I am calling a method by passing the session object as one of its paramter. But, it gives me a Marshal Exception. But, if I call some other methods of the EJB, it works fine. When this session object comes into the picture, it gives this error.
What should I do??? The method is serialized.
Waiting in anticipation for a positive response.
Thanking in advance.
Shibin
17 years ago

Hi,
Even I too had installed the J2EE server on Win98. I even deployed a bean, but there are certain glitches....So, I shifted to WindowsNT. Now, I am not having any probs.
So, its better to have it installed on NT rather on 98.
Bye...
Regards,
Shibs
Hi Radhika,
U have to set the path for JAVA_HOME and J2EE_HOME in the 'userconfig.bat' file, which is in the 'bin' folder.
Just run this file in the console window in which u r going to run the j2ee server and also the deploytool.
Thats it...
Bye...
Regards,
Shibs

Hi Sarah,
Actually, U must include the j2ee.jar file explicitly in the classpath. As far as I know, the jar files must be explicitly included into the classpath.
Just try this and see if it works. It must.
Bye...
Regards,
Shibs

Hi Sarah,
Actually, U must include the j2ee.jar file explicitly in the classpath. As far as I know, the jar files must be explicitly included into the classpath.
Just try this and see if it works. It must.
Bye...
Regards,
Shibs
Sorry Shabbir for the error in my previous reply.
The actual line must be:
import javax.servlet.*;
I just typed 'include' by mistake instead of import.
Regards,
Shibs
18 years ago
Hi Shabbir,
U have to import the 'javax.servlet.*' package into ur program. So, just include this line into ur program:
include javax.servlet.*;
and then compile. It must work.
Regards,
Shibin
18 years ago

Originally posted by Arun Jassiar:
I am getting folloing error while inserting into a access database.


The problem is with the string 'query1'.
The correct one should be like the one given below:
String query1 = "insert into CDGKnowledgeHub values('" + authorName + "','" + subject + "','" + message + "')";
Then again compile and run it.........
Bye.
Regards,
Shibin
18 years ago