Wendy Cheong

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Recent posts by Wendy Cheong

Hi!
I'm trying to parse a jsp document using java swing's HtmlEditorKit. However, I am having difficulties trying to distinguish between html syntax and jsp syntax in the ParserCallback. Has anyone ever tried this before? How do you do it?
Regards,
Wendy.
19 years ago
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Hi!
I'm trying to parse a jsp document using java swing's HtmlEditorKit. However, I am having difficulties trying to distinguish between html syntax and jsp syntax in the ParserCallback. Has anyone ever tried this before? How do you do it?
Regards,
Wendy.
19 years ago
Hi!
I'm trying to parse a jsp document using java swing's HtmlEditorKit. However, I am having difficulties trying to distinguish between html syntax and jsp syntax in the ParserCallback. Has anyone ever tried this before? How do you do it?
Regards,
Wendy.
Hmm... how do you expect us to help you if u don't post the code here? Or, if u wanna keep your code private, at least try to describe the problem in detail.
Hi!
You cannot find javax.* in jdk because javax => java extension so you cannot find it in JDK. If you want to javax classes look for JSDK or if you're using Java2,ie, JDK1.2 and above, look for JSDKEE. Please note that jsdkee cannot be used with Java1, ie, jdk1.1.* .
You can download your jdk's and jsdk's from here : http://java.sun.com/products/
Hope this helps
19 years ago
Hi!
They claim that it should work for java 1.3 but they don't guarantee it because java.sql.Connection and java.sql.ResultSet has more methods in Java 1.3 compared to Java 1.2.
Good Luck!
Hi!
Just to add on, if u want to do a select from date1 to date2, I think its advisable to store your dates in the following string format in your database : yyyymmdd, eg, 19990101 and 20001212. So, to search for dates between 1/1/1999 and 12/12/2000, all you have to do is to search for strings between 19990101 to 20001212.
It'll also save you some time since all you need to do is to concatenante the year, month and day fields to produce the search string.
Any comments anyone?