I would like to design a BPMN flow where there is only one single action the user can decide.
Meaning, in an exclusive gateway there is only one path, say "Done".
In business point of view, the flow will wait for a User Task.
When the User finished it task, he/she will say "Done".
The user have no other actions (This is not a yes/no situation).
So, can I have an exclusive gateway with one condition expression?
You have already created the prepared statement using your sql. And then you have replaced all "?" using setters.
After that again you are passing your old sql (which has "?" char/s inside) to the method.
If you pass your old sql it will use that sql to fire the query and obviously "?" char/s didn't get replaced so you get the error.
I have got few questions for you here:
1. Which version did you cover here JEE5 or 6?
2. I saw first few pages of your book, apart from the questions did you answer those with short explanation?
3. As you only have questions, did you have a list of good books to go through to prepare?
When we are in a forum and replying or reading a message there is no easy way to go back to the same forum.
I think we need a button "Go back to [Forum Name]".
Brower back button is not a good solution in situations like when we are editing/replying some post.
We definitely need this feature in new looks.
You can handle it in the client side itself.
When the user clicks for the first time change the caption to "Running..." and programatically don't make a call to the server side again.
You can easily do it I guess.
I guess you are using Jersey, and in that case Jersey won't be able to find the matching method to call.
As far as I know, this is expected but I would wait for some experts to shed some more lights here.
This is how it was configured and we have high end Linux servers.
Going forward this is what I am going to do. Just wanted to know before hand if Weblogic cluster was not configured correctly do we generally face these kinds of issues.
But I think, without profiling no one can tell.