Thai C. Tran wrote:Have you tried package java.util.zip ? http://www.exampledepot.com/egs/java.util.zip/CreateZip.html
Bear Bibeault wrote:Personally, I remove them before a build.
Another tactic I've seen is to create your own wrapper method that does nothing if the symbol console is undefined, and performs logging if it is.
Bear Bibeault wrote:The console methods are supported by a wide range of browsers, but will cause problems if the browser does not support then or if debugging is turned off. Besides, do your customers really want to see your debugging messages on their consoles?
olivier dutranoit wrote:Hi!
Are you using the j2ee form-based authentication framework?
in a system like that, following can happen :
-you request a servlet, jsp, whatever...
-you are not logged in yet, so the system shows you the login page first.
-after login, the system returns your original request...
could be something...
Bear Bibeault wrote:Why does it matter?