Paul Wetzel

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Recent posts by Paul Wetzel

I am thinking of forming a study group at work to study for or talk about the design assignment and task. First, how ethical is it to do so and is there any real benefit other than making me go and do the assignment?
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18 years ago
Greetings
I am announcing my availability. I am a sun certified Java programmer with WebLogic and iPlanet web server experience. To see my resume please visit http://paul.wetzelfamily.net. I am willing to work in the Denver or Colorado Springs area in a contract or permanent position. Please feel free to contact me at thewetzels@worldnet.att.net.
Thanks in advance
Paul J. Wetzel
20 years ago
Can anyone point me in the direction of information that compares/contrasts 6.0 v. 5.1
thanks in advance
pjw
20 years ago
I have used the reponse.senRedirect() and it has worked so I don't know what you are doing wrong (maybe you could ellaborate with code and error mesg?) One thing to keep in mind is that if any of the response buffer has been committed, you get an illegel StateException ( once the buffer hhas been filled and sent to the client, you can't user response.sendRedirect()). You might try using: instead
hope this helps
paul
20 years ago
When you get an object back from the session you need to cast it to the object that was stored in the session. That is, in your example you need to do the following:
You can think of the session object as a glorified HashTable (kinda)
hope this helps
paul
[This message has been edited by Paul Wetzel (edited February 02, 2001).]
20 years ago
thanks...we are using ant to precompile all of our JSPs using weblogic.jspc and occasionally a jsp will generate an error but all that is displayed in the console is "error: Result 1". However the jsp compiles and works find when you visit the page.
paul
Also I cant seem to find jsp.pdf on bea site, do you know where it is?
thanks
[This message has been edited by Paul Wetzel (edited January 18, 2001).]
20 years ago
the weblogic jsp compiler takes many args with one of them being
what exactly does this do. The documentation just says something to the effect of : Causes the JSP compiler to emit commentary.
thanks in advance
paul
20 years ago
Have you tried visiting amazon and doing a search on java (or whatever you are looking for) and reading the reviews? There usually is some good info there to help you make up you mind.
best of luck
[This message has been edited by Paul Wetzel (edited January 04, 2001).]
20 years ago
Have you tried visiting amazon and doing a search on java ( or whatever you are looking for) and then reading the reviews? There usually is some good info there to help you make up you mind.
best of luck
[This message has been edited by Paul Wetzel (edited January 04, 2001).]
20 years ago
did you check out this post? http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum7/HTML/001528.html
hope that helps
paul
20 years ago
If you have been following the news (or at least the nasdaq) there are many companies (Scient, razorfish,ixl, other .coms) that are layiing off workers in our arena (web development). What are your takes on this? ixl corted me but I didn't go work there, if I did I would be back in the market today? I am just glad I found a company that is stable (seems that way anyway) with a viable buisness plan (seems that way anyway) and has work lined up (also we get to play foosball).
What are your thoughts...
paul
20 years ago
The hosting provider offers a choice of JRun or Tomcat (thats why). I am would like to do some ejb development but currently the hosting company does not support them (but says they plan to in the near future).
thanks
paul wetzel
20 years ago
If you had you choice (and I do ) would your prefer Tomcat or JRun as your Java App Server (if that is what they really are). Please indicate why.
thanks in advance
paul wetzel
20 years ago
The app I am working on uses jsp and servlets. When we want to pass data along we store our servlet in the session and then make calls to retreive it from the jsp. Sometimes we get a "Repost from data" dialog from the browser and sometime we dont. Is there a way to always get the repost from data. Our problem is once the jsp gets the servlet from the session it is removed. So...when the user clicks on the browsers reload button we have problems because the data used to populate the jsp is history. any thoughts / help would be greatly appreciated
paul wetzel
20 years ago