Vijay S. Rathore

Ranch Hand
+ Follow
since Oct 29, 2001
Cows and Likes
Cows
Total received
0
In last 30 days
0
Total given
0
Likes
Total received
0
Received in last 30 days
0
Total given
0
Given in last 30 days
0
Forums and Threads
Scavenger Hunt
expand Ranch Hand Scavenger Hunt
expand Greenhorn Scavenger Hunt

Recent posts by Vijay S. Rathore

Registered for October 21st.

Good Luck to everyone ...
Just completed the survey. Looking forward to write the beta exam soon.
Has anyone worked on an Ajax Spell Check module?

I am looking for an Ajax Spell Check for a web based WYSIWYG editor.
[ August 11, 2006: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
Is there an XML alternative possible for this case? rtf is pretty much in the XML format.

If somehow we find a client app that can render the xml at the offline end, and then import feature in web application gets the xml and performs the extraction of rtf portion, then I think we will be good.

We looked at Infopath from Ms-Office, but because of company policy we cannot push it to all offline machines.

Is there a similar alternative available?

1. The users want to store some notes/comments about a product into the database. These notes/comments are in the rtf(Rich Text Format) containing bold, italics, bullets, spell check etc. text formats. To resolve this we found out a rich text web editor that can give us bold, italics, bullets, spell check etc. features. The question is how shell we store the text in dattabase? In rtf format or in plain text format. We have to read back data for reports also.



Well it is not the whole page that we need to store and retrieve in rtf format, but some segments of the page to be stored and retrieved.

The reports are needed in PDF format, so we are looking for some rtf to PDF sort of utility.
You missed one point, if I directly upload word file, how will I extract data for reporting purposes? Apache POI is not mature enough to read word documents.
Ms-Word as a desktop solution is ruled out, since how can we create a word document by pulling data from database as well as how can we extract data from ms-word once the offline file is uploaded to server.

What could be other possible desktop solutions?
I have a typical requirement in one of my web based projects. The problem is broken into two parts:

1.The users want to store some notes/comments about a product into the database. These notes/comments are in the rtf(Rich Text Format) containing bold, italics, bullets, spell check etc. text formats. To resolve this we found out a rich text web editor that can give us bold, italics, bullets, spell check etc. features. The question is how shell we store the text in dattabase? In rtf format or in plain text format. We have to read back data for reports also.

2.The real problem is users want this to work as an offline solution also. Means they should be able to export this text and should be able to work on comments from home. Once they are back in office, they should be able to import these contents back to the application.
Whatever solution we work on should be consistent. Even the spellchecker also should be same.


What could be the best design under this scenario?
[ August 01, 2006: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
I have a typical requirement in one of my web based projects. The problem is broken into two parts:

1.The users want to store some notes/comments about a product into the database. These notes/comments are in the rtf(Rich Text Format) containing bold, italics, bullets, spell check etc. text formats. To resolve this we found out a rich text web editor that can give us bold, italics, bullets, spell check etc. features. The question is how shell we store the text in dattabase? In rtf format or in plain text format. We have to read back data for reports also.

2.The real problem is users want this to work as an offline solution also. Means they should be able to export this text and should be able to work on comments from home. Once they are back in office, they should be able to import these contents back to the application.
Whatever solution we work on should be consistent. Even the spellchecker also should be same.


What could be the best design under this scenario?
11 years ago
Karthik Guru,

You can use WSAD 5.1 or 5.1.1 also. But be sure to focus on concepts instead of the dialog boxes that appear there. Personally I have seen dialog box differences at many places amongst different versions.

Vijay
Swapan Mazumdar,

I think Kushner's book covers the entire objectives to clear this exam. Without any publicity stunt I would say try the exam simulator from Whizlabs for 287 to prepare on the variety of questions this exam tests. The combination of both should be more than enough for you to clear the exam.
Are the vouchers over for SCJP 1.5 or the promo coming in near future?
Free tests are usually available from IBM during the months of Nov-Dec. Keep an eye on the News Section of the following link for future promotions:

http://www-1.ibm.com/certify/certs/ws_index.shtml

Good Luck
[ October 01, 2004: Message edited by: Vijay S. Rathore ]
My Choice is

K: Snowboard Girl.
13 years ago