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Practicality wise. OCMJD or i5 Laptop? both cost 1000USD.
Sorry for my question but my real point is.. If I use android 2.2 platform, will it be running on any android phone?
8 years ago
Hi,

I am new to Android programming.

If I will be using Android platform 2.2. Will I be able to use other platforms?

Do you guys have any tips on programming android on eclipse?

Best Regards,
Alex Sales.
8 years ago
Hi,

Good morning and good day!

Question:

Suppose I have..



How many object instances will i create if i will do this code?

8 years ago
So the concept of Asynchronous context is to create a back-end server processing and the client won't have to wait for the loading?...

8 years ago
hi,


is asynchronous context in servlet 3.0 different from ajax? Or it is the same?

ajax has callbacks to change a specific position in the browser.

how to create callbacks for asynchronous context?


Thanks!
8 years ago
Maybe you don't have a servlet-name for your servlet?...
8 years ago
Oh.. I had a mistake while testing them..

but I noticed...

request.getPathInfo() - becomes null when I don't use wildcards in the url pattern.

request.getServletPath() - becomes empty when you use a url pattern name of a servlet like - '/index.jsp' or '/*'.
but will have a name if it is written like this - '/anyServletName/index.jsp' or '/anyServletName/*'.
it will output - '/anyServletName'.

Regards,
Alex Sales.
8 years ago
In using the following methods.

request.getPathInfo()

request.getServletPath()



Is it possible to get both Paths?

How does the two methods work according to your experience?

Thanks,
Alex Sales
8 years ago
This is really a good one! Keep up in knowing the pitfalls
after netstat for windows to kill current running process in that port
8 years ago
i would rather think of how the future will affect my design when creating a system. Then tell my self, "Wow, i never imagined that i have a strategy pattern here!"
sure! i am always online around this time...