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Recent posts by sai maddikay

Hi,

I have a input field with validation to validate the max and min length

<h:inputText id="LABEL_ID" styleClass="textboxsmall" value="#{sampleDatatableBean.accessionLabelId}" maxlength="5">
<f:validateLength minimum="4" maximum="5" />
</h:inputText>

it validates but I get the below message.....shouldnt {0} be replaced by value from minimum? Not sure why its not picking up the value... any ideas

Value is less than allowable minimum of {0}

version info
<!DOCTYPE taglib PUBLIC "-//Sun Microsystems, Inc.//DTD JSP Tag Library 1.2//EN" "http://java.sun.com/dtd/web-jsptaglibrary_1_2.dtd">
<tlib-version>1.0</tlib-version>
<jsp-version>1.2</jsp-version>

Thanks,
Sai.
10 years ago
JSF
I think what I was referring to was WS-security, somebody was talking about the soap authentication, I am not sure if they both mean the same thing. I will go through your article part2 and see I can successfully implement it. Thanks for following up..Sai.
13 years ago
I was able do a basic authentication with the help of the article..thanks Ulf. My next step is to go on with SOAP authentication. I think Ulf, your part2 article talks about soap authentication right?..I havent gone through it yet.
Eclipse 3.3.1.1 uses Axis/1.4, I saw that in the http header.

Can anyone please suggest if there are any articles/examples related to SOAP Header authentication using tokens, Thanks Sai.

[ January 26, 2008: Message edited by: sai maddikay ]
[ January 26, 2008: Message edited by: sai maddikay ]
13 years ago
Hello

I am new to webservices and have managed to run a simple Converter webservice successfully using examples (top down and bottom up)from eclipse.org http://www.eclipse.org/resources - my next step is to use a basic authentication mechanism to the Converter service.

can anyone please point me to any example links where I can get some information on how to implement basic authentication...

any help is greatly appreciated.
Sai
13 years ago
hi,

I saw the previous result reports for SCBCD/WCD both did not have any ref. to ssn no. Should I submit using SSN or prometric id is my question?

I have a ssn no.

any suggestions from already submitted ppl.

Thanks
Sai

[ June 06, 2007: Message edited by: sai maddikay ]
[ June 07, 2007: Message edited by: sai maddikay ]
not exactly one per use case, something similar to cades example
prepare itinerary component
payment component
view miles component and
customer profile component

did anyone create more than one component diagram?

Thanks
Sai.
[ May 17, 2007: Message edited by: sai maddikay ]
Hi,

I am working on the assignment and creating component diagrams. I have almost roughly created a component diagram for every use case.

Can we have more than 1 component diagram or we need to have only one large component diagram with all the components?

Input from already certified people is appreciated.

Thanks
Sai.
According to the requirement Travel Agents response must be faster.

Extract from

http://java.sun.com/blueprints/guidelines/designing_enterprise_applications_2e/client-tier/client-tier5.html

Implementing the user interface for a Java client usually requires more effort to implement than a browser interface, but the benefits are substantial. First, Java client interfaces offer a richer user experience; with programmable GUI components, you can create more natural interfaces for the task at hand. Second, and perhaps more importantly, full programmability makes Java clients much more responsive than browser interfaces.

When a Java client and a browser client request the same data, the Java client consumes less bandwidth. For example, when a browser requests a list of orders and a Java client requests the same list, the response is larger for the browser because it includes presentation logic. The Java client, on the other hand, gets the data and nothing more.

Furthermore, Java clients can be programmed to make fewer connections than a browser to a server. For example, in the Java Pet Store sample application, an administrator may view orders in a table and sort them by date, order identifier, and so on. He or she may also see order data presented in a pie chart or a bar chart,


Because the administrator client uses the JFC/Swing API, it can provide all of these views from the same data set; once it retrieves the data, it does not have to reconnect to the server (unless it wants to refresh its data). In contrast, an administrator client implemented using a browser must connect to the server each time the view changes. Even though the data does not change, the browser has to download a new view because the data and the view are intertwined.

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Sai
A requirement is to access the COBOL interface in the part II exam.

I am not sure if that is a requirement!

Background:...
The FBN travel agents use a legacy system written in Cobol that accesses an IMS database through 3270 screens.

Requirements:...
The IMS database will be replaced with a relational database like Oracle, Sybase or Informix.

I am not sure why would you want access the COBOL interface?
I went throught the requirement, but could not find how the Frequent Flyer system is updated currently. It says travel agents have to look at a shared system to get the miles information, how is that information updated currently when a customer books a flight through agent? Do the agents do it manually?

Any Ideas?
here is my understanding...

An Itinerary must have at least 1 segment (Min. one-way i.e. a direct flight (can have more than one segment if not a direct flight))

Itinerary: includes everything from start to end.

According to the BDM a segment has only one flight

for example: a itinerary(one-way) from detroit to san jose (with a stop at minneapolis)

so here there are two segments:
detroit - minneapolis
minneapolis - san jose

it dosent matter if the flight no. remains the same or changes, but for sure each segment is associated with only one flight according to the BDM.

any thoughts ..suggestions.
sai

[ October 21, 2006: Message edited by: sai ]
[ October 21, 2006: Message edited by: sai ]
here is my understanding...

An Itinerary must have at least 1 segment (Min. one-way i.e. a direct flight (can have more than one segment if not a direct flight))

Itinerary: includes everything from start to end.

When the user does a search; the search result could be a Collection of Itinerary objects each associated with a segment or collection of segments;

Round Trip:
Each Itinerary will have information about onward (could have > 1 segments) and return trip (could have >1 segments), [how this is generated i.e. different combinations depends on business logic]
To figure out the return flight you can maybe check the Airport codes (against the user input) and also possibly the Dates.

Let me know if anyone has any other ideas...
thanks
sai
could be that the system should support the Hindi font to get the numbers displayed. did you try some other locale like en_US or en_GB?

jagi
[ August 03, 2006: Message edited by: jagi jagi ]
I think when remove is called on a stateless session bean, the bean goes back to the pool created by the container. Now its upto the container to decide. if the container thinks that it is running low on resources, it might decide to reduce the pool size by removing the beans from the pool during which it will call ejbRemove() method for the corresponding bean instance.