Naresh Bafna

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Recent posts by Naresh Bafna

Deepak Bala wrote:
I cannot remember what the excel sheet was named, but it was supposed to be some sort of standard that project managers in the organization followed



We call it traceability matrix that connects the requirements in BRD, to the design, java classes and test cases..

Updating it when the requirements keep changing is a bit hard but if the major requirements are frozen then it is good enough.
10 years ago

David Newton wrote:Compare:with:



I this the problem is what David mentioned.

Since the package name is com.springinaction.chapter01.hello.GreetingServiceImpl and the class name is GreetingServiceImpl the config should look like


and not

10 years ago
No, they are not pre-populated. I will use AJAX to do it. Thanks Bear
10 years ago
JSP
Hi All,

I have a requirement where I retrieve some tree node kind of data from the back end which I need to display in my jsp as three lists. If i select any one item in the first list then the second list should be populated with the child's of the first list. I am stuck with the display part where I do not know how to populate the second list with the list retrieved from backend present in the JSP.
If any one can guide me as to where I should look for or what i need to to it would be helpful.

Thanks
10 years ago
JSP
I can say this is no fiction having worked in a project to fix these kind of vulnerabilities in a web application. It was fun and you would marvel at the way these hackers think and in turn make you think.

Not related here but another think we came across was the usage of profanity by hackers and had to write code to look for swear words in user inputs
10 years ago
Thanks Sam!! It works like a charm
10 years ago
The google apps Team edition costs you $50 per e-mail ID and the standard edition I tried does not have the email feature.
Please let me know if I am missing something.
10 years ago
Okay. I remember the person saying that he would provide me a few email ID's. Do I need to contact him or can i do it myself?
10 years ago
Hi All,

I have recently purchased a domain name and hosted a simple site for one of my friend. She now wants to have an email ID at her domain, like contact@domainname.com.
I have no idea how to do it. If any of you have done this please guide as to how to do it.

P.S : I did not know under which forum would this post be appropriate so posted it here.

Regards,
Naresh
10 years ago
Thanks Mark for the suggestion. The issue is my company does not sponsor such training courses instead it has its own training program which is not so effective. If I can get reference to some nice online resources, books or tutorials it would be of great help.

Thanks
10 years ago
Hi All,

I am part of a project which uses spring framework for developing a internal knowledge management web portal.
I have an experience of three years and though I am new to the spring framework I can quickly adapt. My concern is with 11 other team mates for whom I have to act as technical lead/mentor and none of them have had any work experience in Java. I have made them do the mvc tutorial that comes along with the spring framework but I am still looking for ways to increase their Spring competence.
If any of you has faced similiar situations or can help me out I would be greatful.

Thanks & Regards
10 years ago
Hi All,

I am developing a web application using Jetty.

I am getting the following error when i try to use EJB 3.0

"The import javax.ejb cannot be resolved MavenWebApp/src/main/java/component examname.java line 2 1237952830033 10"

Is this because EJB 3.0 does not work with Jetty or there is some other issue i need to look for?

Regards,

David Newton wrote:

In any case, I'd check for deployment/build issues, because the Maven dependency should be enough to get the required Spring classes.



As you said, there were some deployment problems. It is working now

Thanks David
10 years ago