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Recent posts by Praveen

Hi,
Java Mail API does not have any fuctionalities to perform any work on mailserver. It only have the facilities to work as a mail client.So wait and watch...
Praveen
17 years ago
Hi,
Java Mail API does not have any fuctionalities to perform any work on mailserver. It only have the facilities to work as a mail client.So wait and watch...
Praveen
17 years ago
Hi All,
A far as i know the callback methods of an EJB are called by the container at the respective actions. But can we call these methods explicitly?
Thanks
Praveen
Hi Peter!
I never knew you're so smart. Thanks for your sincere advice.

17 years ago
Hi All,
I 'm looking for a real-time online Shoping-cart application developed using EJB, JSP and servlets. Can anybody help me atleast by suggesting few URLs of the application sourcecode.
17 years ago
Hi,
HttpServletRequest.getParameterNames() returns the enumerated names of all prameters obtained thru the user requests. You can use this method and if it returns null then you can perform some other function. Does it help you??
thanks
17 years ago
hi,
Yes..It is possible. simply write your fuction as you define in any html page. Just define your javascript function in your jsp something like this:
<head>
<script>
function list() {
...
....
}
</script>
</head>
17 years ago
Hi,
Hope this will help you.
Go to <tomcat home directory>/conf/web.xml
and you will see the xml code somethig like this :---
- <web-app>
- <servlet>
<servlet-name>default</servlet-name>
<servlet- class>org.apache.tomcat.servlets.DefaultServlet</servlet-class>
<load-on-startup>-2147483646</load-on-startup>
</servlet>
- <servlet>
..........
Here you can specify that which servlets you want to laded automatically on tomcat startup by specifying :
<servlet>
<servlet-name>...specify whatever name you want to specify for your servlet...</servlet-name>
<servlet- class>...class name of Servlet with full path...</servlet-class>
<load-on-startup>-2147483646</load-on-startup>
</servlet>
- <servlet>
17 years ago
I took the Beta Exam yesterday and found it very exhausting... Could just barely finish the exam... They gave less than 4 hrs for the exam. There were 3/4 repeat questions, one wrong question. Lots of Code Analysis and I was surprised to see that they were asking the syntax for Event Listners...
Plenty of questions on synchronous threads, output streams, overriding, overloading, inner classes, static classes, abstract classes.... Overall I felt there wasn't enough time to anwser and review questions...
Anwser is E. I have run the code and verified it. The GridLayout Managers ignores the components preferred size. So when you have components fewer than the cells(parent Layout) it behaves strangely.
Rajesh-wehre did you take the exam-I mean which centre?
Folks I am in Hyderabad,India.And if anybody has taken the exam in hyderabad-it would be nice of them to tell me about the cost + experience at the particular centre.
thanks.

Originally posted by Rajesh:
Cleared the exam today morning with 97%. There was ample time to answer all the questions and review it too. There was no ambiguos questions and everything was clear. Thanks for all people responsible for this great site.
I do not know how I missed two questions....well anyway...
I am partying tonight!!!
Rajesh