Brian Glodde

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We are facing the same issue with deploying and EAR to SAP. Could anyone share the solution (build) you used to remove the Ant generated lines in the manifests?
13 years ago
I put the .jad and .jar on a web server that has the MIME type "text/vnd.sun.j2me.app-descriptor" set. You can use either a page or point directly to the .jad.
The .jad allows the device to discern whether the MIDlet is able to run on the device before downloading the .jar file of the MIDlet. It also allows config attributes to be supplied to the MIDlet(s) without having to modify the .jar file.
hth.
15 years ago
The JSP page should be in under the webapps folder. If the JSP, say "yourjsp.jsp" is part of a web application eg "foo", your JSP should be at located in "%CATALINA_HOME%/webapps/foo/yourjsp.jsp" and via URL at http://localhost:8080/foo/yourjsp.jsp
Sorry for the earlier post, was incorrect and in haste.
16 years ago
No, it is not necessary to restart when adding new JSPs.
Tomcat will compare the files before outputting them (by default), thus you may experience a slight delay whilst Tomcat compiles your new page into a servlet.
16 years ago
Does your .war file extract to webapps/xrad2? Why not package the 3rd party classes with the application? Then you'd assure everything is unpacked as a whole. Copying it to %catalina_home%\lib makes it visible to all webapps...
16 years ago
Try moving your package to WEB-INF/lib
See http://www.onjava.com/pub/a/onjava/2001/03/15/tomcat.html for more info regarding web application folder structure
16 years ago
JSP
At the bottom of your JSP:
17 years ago
JSP
You might also try launching Tomcat from an existing DOS session. This will keep your window open and you should be able to see what the problem is.
17 years ago
The -c argument should suppress the output and give you a count. See "grep --help", "man grep", or click here.
17 years ago
Rao, You should take a look at Struts. It's a framework that encourages a clean distinction between Model, View, and Controller.
17 years ago
JSP
Life in prison ( general population ) or death penalty. What if that was your daughter? There's something seriously wrong with anyone who exhibits this type of behavior.
Eye for an eye! We're way too lenient on violent criminals in this country.
Beyond a reasonable doubt? There shouldn't have even been a decision to make:


Dusek said matching orange fibers were found in Westerfield's home and on a necklace Danielle had been wearing. A forensic DNA specialist testified that her hair, blood and fingerprints were found in Westerfield's house and in his recreational vehicle parked outside.
"No explanation except for guilt. None," Dusek said in closing arguments.


[ August 22, 2002: Message edited by: Brian Glodde ]
17 years ago
I don't recall having questions about HTTP headers directly, but they are part of the whole equation. You will experience situations where you'll need to set a header and you'll absolutely be writing HTML when working on web apps (at least in most cases). I can't imagine taking the cert without knowing basic HTML and the theories behind HTTP. Neither is very complex in comparison to the Servlet API. Take your time covering the material, I'd suggest following up your reading with coding. Just my .02
Fantastic! This will be a valuable tool just as it was for my other certs.
[ August 14, 2002: Message edited by: Brian Glodde ]
Regarding design patterns and Java, I found GoF to be great for the concept of the pattern, but for the java implementation of the patterns, this book is far more helpful.
Wow. How incredibly cool. I've been looking for just such a gadget to ease myself into learning more about Macs. Thanks!!