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Terry Birch

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Recent posts by Terry Birch

Good questions even if they are off topic. I would like to see more like yours.
5 years ago
I agree and would also highly recommend Alvin's book. I am a beginner with Scala but have felt very much at home with the book's style and contents.
5 years ago
Hello Danny,
I've seen some forum comments saying that websockets security perhaps may not be quite ready for production usage yet. Would you mind commenting on that statement?
Thanks,
Terry
Hello Danny,
Do you know if the source code is available for your new book? I've searched but not found it yet.
Thanks,
Terry
Thank you Bear. I thought I had read that somewhere. You saved me much time from further researching the problem.
7 years ago
Can a get request to a web service be created to consume a XML file like a post does. I have created a service that accepts a XML file okay if done using post but as the request is not being used to update or create items on the server, but rather only to get data for multiple items being requested, I am not sure that using post is proper. If I just change the service from post to get, it does not work. The XML file may contain multiple items that inventory is being requested for and where each item is further described in the XML file as to the warehouse location and other criteria. I am using apache wink. Thank You
7 years ago