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Recent posts by Ganapathi Srinivasan

Originally posted by Jesse Torres:


Within the U.S domestically, I've never experienced any rounds of applause. I have noticed that on Asian airliners, passengers typically do applaud the staff for the service.

[ April 13, 2005: Message edited by: Jesse Torres ]



last winter when I went from NYC to West Palm Beach, everyone applauded when the plane touched down in WPB. (Guess they were too glad to get to a warmer weather!)

16 years ago
I thought Jude Law or Hugh Jackman were the front-runners! I just hope that the new actor does not turn out to be a Timothy Dalton
16 years ago
heard on the radio today that (unofficially) IOC has narrowed down the list for 2012 to 3 - London, Paris and NYC.

With the proposal for west-side stadium gaining popular support, I think NYC has a good chance of getting selected!!
16 years ago
I find BJs better!
16 years ago
This is my personal opinion as well as practice...I tip 2-3 dollars (normally round it off) for a haircut..in restaurants i tip 15-20%, except for buffets or "all-you-can-eat" stuff..there i again depend on my "round-it-off" principle..at gas stations i tip $1 in summers and $2 in winters (a sign of appreciation for what the person at the pump goes thru to stand in the freezing cold)...

for people in US who r wondering what I am talking abt tips at gas stations...i live in New Jersey! we r too lazy to pump gas

[ March 30, 2005: Message edited by: Ganapathi Raman ]
[ March 30, 2005: Message edited by: Ganapathi Raman ]
16 years ago

Originally posted by Kishore Dandu:


Let me explain the contention of India as a example:
1) they have enough 5 star hotels and infrastrcuture around Delhi. Transportation is the only concern, which can be improved with some planning. Since they have time they can do that aspect.
2) India is the 5th most aspired tourist destination last year. So, people do want to visit India.
3) India is as secure as or more secure than London or Paris. When games like this are awarded, even hostile neighbours come around.
Example: India and Pakistan hosted two world cups of Cricket previously.



let us not forget that it is not the IOC that chooses cities to host olympics. Cities come up with bids (plans) and IOC visits every such city that has put in a bid..again we are talking about city here and not cities. If Delhi had come up with such a bid, detailing how the city plans to generate revenues and how it would provide infrastructure as well as security I do not see IOC rejecting the bid. But again the initiative has to come from the city, that wants to host the event. I also would like to see cities like Delhi, Rio and Ankara to host international events like olympics..not only does the city gets a complete face-lift, it also opens up native cultures to the whole world.
16 years ago
depends on what kind of a driver you are! You should not try to drive a SUV like a car (especially in curves) since the possibility of a roll-over is more in SUV. Mini-vans gives you a family-person look (i would not take my a minivan for my date )..you can even explore the new cross-overs (neither a van nor a SUV) like Chrsyler Pacifica..
16 years ago
Which city do you think wud win the 2012 bid?

My vote is for NYC...i work in the city and I think it wud be great to host the olympics!!
16 years ago
one more...when a colleague sends an email and then immediately comes over to tell "I have sent you an email..can u check it and reply back"? Last time I checked..I still do not have Alzheimer's
[ March 15, 2005: Message edited by: Ganapathi Raman ]
16 years ago
Hi,

I am using JavaMail v1.3.1 and in my test code, I have the following:

session.setDebug(true);

I re-direct the System.out to a file onto my file system.

But when I run the program, along with the SMTP commands, in 1.3.1, I am getting a dump of the email message that I am sending. Things get messier when I have attachments in the email.

Is there a way in which I can turn-off the email dump in the SMTP debug log?

Thanks in Advance
Ganapathi.
[ August 23, 2004: Message edited by: Ganapathi Raman ]
17 years ago
Hi,
I have a pecuilar problem. I need to pass an array of integers to an oracle stored procedure so that I can loop through every integer in the array and update fields in a table (whose primary keys are present in the array). Is it possible? If yes, can someone give a sample code(JDBC as well as stored procedure end)
Else I might have to loop through every element in the array from Java end and give JDBC calls to the stored procedure which I think might be really really costly !!
Any help..This is pretty urgent!!
Thanks,
Ganapathi.
Hi..
I know that internally a JSP is represented as a servlet.
My question is that when a servlet is generated for a JSp it is by default multiThreaded(again i think so...)
Just as i can make my servlet implement SingleThreaded model can i specify it in my JSP to make the servlet generated internally implement Single Threaded model? if yes how?
Thanks,
Ganapathi.
20 years ago