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Nizan Horsefield

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Joe, thanks. I also agree that this is not the right path to take. This route is being looked at as a way of reducing the delay that is created when classes are compiled for the first time. I have suggested that before the server goes in to prodcution that the application is used by a dummy user so the required classes are ready.
Is what I have suggested the usual procedure?
19 years ago
I have been asked by a project manager whether I am able to take a snap shot of a fresh WLS5.1 install, then when all apps are on and configs are down take another snap shot to create an image file for production servers.
His idea is that all he wants to do is only bring across file, classes, property files and system files that are required for the server to perform it's job in relation to the application. Don't ask me why, but this is a route he wants to explore. Why he can't just be happy with installing a fresh copy I do not know!
Any ideas or experience with this?
19 years ago
Thanks for the help guys. I have been searching for books to buy for a while now. Ok , website it is!
19 years ago
Vijay, are there any certification study guides available?
19 years ago
Hi
Fixed the problem with the help of the SUN forum. I had to update the parser database by mounting J2EE.JAR in the filesystems area and right mouse clicking and selecting tolls, update parser database.
Thanks all the same.
Niz
20 years ago
I can't get Forte CE to see javax.ejb.*. If I write a very simple class with the line "import javax.ejb.*;" and compile it from the commandline it works. Forte says that it cannot find javax.ejb.
I have reinstalled all compenets, installed j2sdkee into the JDK1.3.1 directory and separately. Set all of the env var that are required, mounted the j2ee.jar in the filesystems area of the IDE.
What am I missing? Has anyone else had the problem? What does everyone else use to compile J2EE classes?
This is severly holding me back at the moment.
Please help!
Niz
20 years ago
Unfortunatelt I have already set these env. variables on my PC. The EJB classes that I am writing compile fine from the DOS prompt. It is only from within Sun's IDE Forte, that I cannot get to javax.ejb.*.
Any ideas?
Hello again, hope you can help!
I have just started working with EJB's and have come across a stumbling block. I have installed, JDK J2SE and then J2EE as per instructions. I use Forte CE as my IDE. When I add the import statements, Forte cannot find javax.ejb!
It can find servlet, swing, microedition, naming, and accesibility.
I know that it is not using J2ME to compile as I have told it not to.
Can some please tell me why this might be happening as it is hampering my progression!
Cheers
Niz
I bought Wireless Java Programming with J2ME by YU FENG. ISBN - 0672321351. Great book, oh and scoured the SUN site for tutorials.
20 years ago
I have a List 'list' and I am using the list.set(0,open,img0); to put an icon next to a choice in the list. I can't get the emulator to show the icon!I have tried addin it as a file to the MIDlet Suite, but nothing. Can anyone shed any light?
~niz
20 years ago
Thanks I will give it a go!
20 years ago
IS there a special way to ask questions? Do I have to be American? Shall I change my name? I am genuinely asking for help and. Well let me see if JGURU.COM are any better!
20 years ago
I have successfully created a client program that checks for the exisitence of web server log files. If they do or don't exist it sends a message to a server program (suing sockets). What I now need to do is take the size of the file send that to the server, then copy the actual file from the client to the server via TCP. Once at the server the server program will check the size before and after for error checking. I have written this Java program to replace the current DOS and Perl scripts.
What data stream do I use? Do I need a PipedInput connected to a PipedOutput? PLease help as I need to get this finished this week.
To clarify - I need to be able to do a file copy from a client to a server using sockets. I can't use a server application to connect to a remote machine as NetBios is disabled for secuity.
Please Help!
20 years ago