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Recent posts by Lucky Chauhan

hi kiran,
In case of servlets if we are developing any application inside tomcat container then we have to keep every srevlet class inside Tomcat/webapps/application name/WEB-INF with its xml file where its mapping is done with a particular name & URL.So if you modify any thing inside servlet or xml file you have to restart the container to recognise the modified content.
Look WEB-INF is a private root directory we can't access its content directly from Browser.



While in case of jsp it is built on top of servlets( ie. it can address all disadvantages of servlets).
We do not require to compile ,register in case of jsp all the steps are done by container internally.
And most importantly we have to keep JSP page inside public root directly(ie. parallel to WEB-INF not inside ) where it can be accessed directly from the browser.So we need not to restart the container again and again bcause contaniner will take care of it.
after reading this please give me feedback .
10 years ago
hi sarath,
after seeing your problem i firstly thought that you might have blocked your cookies but if request.getSession(false) is returning the existing session then request.getSession() or request.getSession(true) should also return the same.Check the sessionId returned by request.getSession(false) with your existing session(ie session.getId()) .


Sachin Chauhan
10 years ago
sure man i will help you.
10 years ago
hi,iam in bangalore currently working as a java programmer but iam looking for a job change .iam scwcd certified with 1.6 years of experience on j2ee, Hibernet,SpringandJdbc(Oracle).But in bangalore opportunities are very less.So please guide me regarding job change.my email id is chauhan.lucky@gmail.com.
Thanks for your reply in advance.
10 years ago
Dear all,
I passed scwcd exam recently with 85% .I practised many mock exams .And i really thankfull to Javaranch for guiding me through this exam. I have 1.6 years of experience in java/j2ee/hibernate/Spring and iam looking for a job change and iam looking forward for your guidance .

Regards,
Sachin chauhan
10 years ago
Dear Sir/Madam,
Iam a scjp programmer with 97% of marks and i have a experience of 1 year in d field of java/j2ee and iam looking for another job in Banglore.Please tell me about any opportunity. My emailID is Chauhan.lucky@gmail.com. Thanks for reply in advance.

Regards,
Sachin Chauhan
11 years ago
Hi Nikhil,
I am interested in applying for the Software Engineer position.
I am 1 year experienced in JAVA/J2EE and also SCJP 1.5 certified ( 97%).
I would appreciate if you let me know regarding your company profile.

Regards,
Sachin
11 years ago
Dear Sir/Madam,
Iam a SCJP programmer with 97% of marks and i have a experience of 1 year in d field of java/j2ee and iam looking for another job in Banglore.Please tell me about any opportunity.Thanks for reply in advance.

Regards,
Sachin Chauhan
11 years ago
I used Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates for passing scjp 5.0 with 97% now iwant to do SCWCD and simultaneously iam looking for a job in Banglore.i have 1 year of working experience in java/j2ee after completing my B.E.
Please guide me regarding SCWCD and job
11 years ago
job
iam SCJP certified(97%) with one year of experience in java/j2ee.
how i should search for appropriate job?
is there opening for me?
11 years ago