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Romit Bose

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Hi experts!
I have always been an ardent fan of Big Moose Saloon(and I furiously recommend Javaranch to all my collagues ). Recently, the Java Content Repository Specification (JCR) has gather much momentum in the Java technology ecosystem, and Jackrabbit has been the buzzword, atleast in this part of Asia, Europe and USA (taking a cue from our clients' demands)...
Adobe DAY CRX which is nothing but a commercial version of Jackrabbit (JSR 170), is what I am working on in my current project. I found that in spite of being a Java Specification, there are very few good forums where developers could discuss JCR problems.
I was wondering if I could request the Java Gurus at the Saloon to consider JCR/Jackrabbit as a new section in the discussion forum?

Thanks and Warm Regards,
Romit Bose
11 years ago
Thanks Klaus!
I'll definitely try these links ASAP and get back with any more queries!
Thanks again!
Hi,
I am very new to OSGi. Actually I just bumped into Apache Felix by chance... I have started working on DAY CQ, which is built on JCR (JSR170) and uses Apache Felix to expose the services from all the vendor APIs and some of the 3rd party APIs. Now, being a total novice to this technology, I could not find a way to create a new OSGi bundle which will house a 3rd party API, (in my case, JDOM jar), and can be exposed so that I can use JDOM in my code.
It would be really helpful if someone could help me out with a way to do this.
The Web framework being used in this DAY framework is Apache Sling.

Thanks in Advance!
hi,
wouldn't it be nice to pass 'this' from the element to your javascript? instead of passing rowId?
12 years ago
JSP
Sorry,
I didnt notice that I am reiterating Paul's comments only.
12 years ago
Hi,
Maybe I am missing something(please correct me if i am wrong) but, can we not use different URL patterns to route the requests to different servlets in this case?
12 years ago
hi,
how about writing one generic function which handles all the checkboxes? say you have a javascript method called
handleCheckBoxes(key) and you pass "this", that is, the reference to that box on whose selection you are calling the method.
Now, inside the method, its simply writing the conditions and selecting or unselecting the boxes, right?
Hello Rammie,
i had a requirement like this in one of my projects.
i can suggest two methods:
1) get a reference to the last row and use cloneNode.
something like : pass the ref to the last node from where you are calling the method
function addRow(key){

document.getElementById("YourTable").appendChild(key.cloneNode(true));

}



2) Its pretty easy - first you add the row to the table and then create the cells and add them to your newly created row. refer to the following code and tell me if this works for you.
congratz!
13 years ago
hi,
are we talkin about html selectOneRadio?

13 years ago
hi,
The <logic:iterate> goes like this :
You lets say you have a collection of objects, and they contain some property called someProperty. now you create a list of such objects and load it on request by the name somDTOList from your action...(using request.setAttribute()) and then use it in your JSP like :
13 years ago
Hi,
May i dare say that if it is absolutely nessecary to run the function at window close, you could fight with (read, convince)the client and get a permission to disable the X on the browser window. No, I am not kidding, coz this happend in one of our projects and we actually did that... we provided one close button on the page.
Really nice thought buddy!
13 years ago