There is a system in place where autogenerated emails are sent to designated users to notify them of certain timelines or events.
(For example, an email is sent when 2 days are left to return my books in library.)
My job is to test, if the emails are being sent at the desired times and events or not and if this email generation system is working fine or not?
I am overwhelmed to see the amount of emails generated at a particular point of time at the time of testing with test data at UAT.
Dont know how should I proceed to test this and submit the test report.
Thank you all for your responses. I am sure that is the solution to this problem I was having.
As I tried to make the changes and see for myself in eclipse, my project has become unstable.
Showing errors everywhere, in all files. in pom.xml it shows the following msg as error:
"Lifecycle mapping "org.eclipse.m2e.jdt.JarLifecycleMapping" is not available. To enable full functionality, install the lifecycle mapping and run Maven->Update Project
I am developing a small spring mvc app.
I have spring-context.xml file containing spring MVC's dispatcher servlet configuration.
root-context.xml as application context.
I am declaring my Datasource/daoimpl beans in root-context.xml file.
How do i access root-context.xml file in controller class and invoke getBeans() method on it to get the beans?
Below is lines of code from controller class.
This is one of the several ways I tried accessing it.
root-context.xml file is declared in web.xml file as context param.
Is there a way I can access this "contextConfigLocation" parameter in my controller class to access this xml file?
Complete path of all the files mentioned is :
/SpringMVCStudent/src/main/webapp/WEB-INF/spring/root-context.xml /SpringMVCStudent/src/main/java/java9s/springmvcstudent/controller/StudentController1.java /SpringMVCStudent/src/main/webapp/WEB-INF/spring/appServlet/servlet-context.xml /SpringMVCStudent/src/main/webapp/WEB-INF/web.xml
Its a problem in one trivial line of code which took my entire day and still not solved.
Thanks in advance
I am following this very well described procedure/command to add oracle jdbc driver to my local maven repo.
I am not clear though, from which directory should I run this command from.
I tried running it form my project directory, directory containing my driver,but I am constantly getting the same error.
What am I doing wrong?
My local repo is in the default location.
To start with serialization, thread and other core concepts of java, you should go for OCPJP(Oracle Certified Professional Java SE programmer) certification.
It will make you study these concepts thoroughly and test your knowledge too.
I am trying my hands on spring MVC by developing a simple StudentController to add delete view student details.
I have maintained a list of students defined in my controller where I am storing the student objects.
I am able to add the student.
I want to view the llist of students for which my code looks as below:
My understanding is: I am setting the modelattribute to the student arraylist I am maintianing. And passing that to my view. And accessing the model in view to display students.
My printList.jsp looks like
It is not printing anything.
What am I doing wrong?
I want a clear understanding...please help.