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Jeff Mychasiw

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FYI,
These patterns are explained very well in the Book: EJB Design Patterns. You can find a PDF at www.theserverside.com
Greetings:
Sorry I cannot answer your question, I was wondering the same thing. Have you taken this course since your post?
Along the same lines, Sun offers a web based version of this course (wjb-314-180). I was wondering if anyone has taken this course (or any sun web based course) and can share there thoughts.
My company will not pay for the instructor lead course (gb-sl-314) but will pay for the web courses.
Looking at my post, I see that I tried to Express the codes “ and … and they rendered and it my be hard to read my post. Bottom line is I don't want HTML entity codes in my database.
Sorry for the confusion.
18 years ago
JSP
Greetings:
Our users have a textarea that will hold client notes and are saved to the database upon submit. From time to time they will cut and paste text from MS word. There are certain characters such as a dash and quote that will be encoded by the form as … and – .
These codes get stored in the DB as well and I would prefere if they did not.
Is there anything I can do to prevent this? Do I have to filter all my data before going to the database?
** I already filter out (using struts tag) '<', '>', '"', and '&'. So if turn filtering on, I get “ on the page, and If turn filtering off, I get correct rendering but I runt he risk of HTML format code that I don't want. Any help would be appreciated.
18 years ago
JSP
Are there any restrictions (other than the size) on the type of a objects that should be put into a session that would be replicated in another server? I was told to avoid putting any java Collections(such as Hashtable) into the session because in a clustered environment, any changes to a collection may not be reflected in the other replicated sessions?
This info was with respect to Weblogic.
Am I off Base?
18 years ago
JSP