Jayesh A Lalwani wrote:The root cause of the exception is
org.springframework.beans.factory.NoSuchBeanDefinitionException: No matching bean of type [lk.dialog.ist.cms.service.IUserDetailService]
You are autowiring a bean that implements lk.dialog.ist.cms.service.IUserDetailService into userDetailsServiceClient but your Spring bean definition doesn;t have a bean that implements the interface.
Campbell Ritchie wrote:And how did you sort it? We would like to know, because the same problem might appear in the future.
T Mishra wrote:Are you getting any error ?
Jeff Verdegan wrote:What type of object will be stored at:
It's really not clear to me what the dimensions of your array represent, or how the various XyzTable classes relate to it.
Jeff Verdegan wrote:Is there an association between 1 GMSTable, 1 SMSTable, and 1 GPRSTable? If so, then you don't want a 3D array. You want to define a class that has those 3 fields as member variables.
Faraz Ali wrote:
I am looking for a simple & straightforward example of the spring webflow.
I searched on the google, and found many good articles. Some of them are very complex to start with (shopping cart one) and few of them referring to older version. Spring itself posted a good artcile but that one is based upon annotation and using tiles.
I am new to web flow and just want to try a simple example first. If any of you guys have any code or articles please post here.
Mark Spritzler wrote:Cool. Glad you got it solved. Wish I could have been more help to get it solved quicker.
So what was the issue and the solution? I checked out your blog post and it was just all code no text explaining it.
Mark Spritzler wrote:OK, first a comment. In your controller you have a signature of
List showLineChart(Map<String, Object> map,
HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response)
Why are you passing in the request and response. You don't need to pass those arguments, especially since you never use them. Even if you did @RequestParam is better to have Spring go into the request for you. Anyway.
So to me looks like you are getting the data that you want back out of the Controller. I see no difference between
* Array should be
var line1=[['2008-09-30 4:00PM',4], ['2008-10-30 4:00PM',6.5], ['2008-11-30 4:00PM',5.7], ['2008-12-30 4:00PM',9]];
- But i got it like this
And you don't bother telling us what the difference would be, just expecting us to guess. Please tell us what is different there. Again the Time is the only difference and I commented on that before.
Please give us more detail.
Mark Spritzler wrote:So what is your error? Is there an error message?
The only thing I see different from what you expected in the List to what you have is just the Time is missing. Maybe the Date object you are using doesn't support time, or you have a DateTimeFormat object that is removing the time.
I personally have never used JqPlot, so I wouldn't be able to help you on that side of the code.