Jibitesh Prasad

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Or you can try Apache's Xerces.
9 years ago
Atlast i worked it out. This was a problem with my linux machine and not with eclipse.
Had to check /etc/hosts because i was getting a gethostbyname() exception.

Posted it because it might help someone in future.
I think you should check this line again. I think this is not what you wrote in the code, specially the part.

I have downloaded the new Eclipse Ganymede and using it on fedora 6. I am able to run the different projects. But when i am trying to debug them, i get a JVM connection time out. Can anyone help me with this? Any pointers will also be very helpful.
Thanks in advance.
I want my logs to be generated into a database. I am able to populate the logs if i have a single column. But how do i populate multiple columns?

Lets say log is : "Welcome User"

I want to log it into two columns of the database: "Welcome" and "User"
Can anyone help me with this.

Thanks in advance.
check the Appender that is associated.
Are you asking about naming execute() into something else and still executing???
10 years ago
have you specified the DataSource in the struts-config.xml file??
10 years ago
10 years ago
Yupsie Merylll.. thanks a lot... got the prob [ ]
10 years ago
Ranjit your method is not working....
10 years ago


Thats my action class
And it is being called from this page
10 years ago
I have a action class which adds an arraylist of Friends object to the request. The action class is invoked from a hyperlink so it doesn't need a form element. Now when i am trying to display the contents of the bean, it gives an error saying

javax.servlet.ServletException: Cannot find bean: "friend" in any scope



The jsp page reads....

<logic:iterate name="user_friends" id="friend" scope="request">
<tr>
<td>
<bean:write name="friend" property="first_name" />
</td>
<td>
<bean:write name="friend" property="last_name" />
</td>
</tr>
</logic:iterate>


The form-bean entry in struts-config.xml file reads:

Can anyone help me with this?
10 years ago
but man in all the tutorials i have been through, they return a hashCode()..
11 years ago