Matt Ghiold

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Not a problem. Basically what I want to do is to be able to dynimically identify the variable count_5. I want to accomplish this by using a fixed count_ and apply a variable to that test in this case to identify the int count_5
So, something like this...
int count_5 = 12;
String test = 5
Now, I want to get 12, but the only way I know that is by using the variable test, such that
String count = "count_"
int x = count_ + test This should equal the count_5 varible and return a 12.
How this makes a little more sense.
Hey guys,
Does anyone know a way to do the following in java?
int count_5 = 12;
String test = 5;
count_$test would = 12 in korn shell.
Is there a way to do this in Java?
Please help.
Thanks,
I would not worry about it. I used the default port and didn't even give an option of changing it.
Without seeing your design it's very hard for anyone here to say this is what seems to be wrong, can you provide more details about how your search page works?
I realize you have two combo boxes, but then is there a search flights button or something of that nature, or is it dynamic after selecting a flight it automaitcally searches..
More information would be helpful
I solved the problem, it was an enviroment issue. Jboss really needs to work on there docs something awful. If anyone is interested in the fix, please let me know and I'd be more the happy to provide the fixed file.
15 years ago
Hey guys,
I have installed and configured jboss to the best I could considering the lack of decent documentation at jboss.org. It appears to be working and running correctly.
I am having the following problem when I try to run struts-blank.war from apache when hitting the index.jsp page.

This definately seems to be an environment issue to me, my question is how do I fix it? Is it something with my start up enviroment?
Any help would be grreatly appreciated.
Thanks
[ February 18, 2003: Message edited by: Matt Ghiold ]
15 years ago
If you choose RMI for a solution, this is all handled for you. Natively RMI has a thread pool, socket reuse and is multi-threaded. Hope this helps.
If you choose sockets, you will have to right your own.
I don't think you would call it plaquerism, but IMHO you should give proper credit to the orignal author and then indicate that you have improved upon the class and what you did etc.
Congrats Kain! way to go
15 years ago
Congrat's chief! Way to go..
15 years ago
Congrats! doesn't it just feel so good...
15 years ago
All methods should be javadoced, but only submit to sun your protected javadoc.
This allows anyone that was going to resuse your code without access to source to do that, and anyone that does have access to source is covered as well.


Test: Sun Certified Developer for the Java 2 Platform (310-027)
Date Taken: 2003-02-01 17:33:05.890
This report shows the total points that could have been awarded in each section, and the actual number of points you were awarded. This is provided to give you per-section feedback on your strengths. The maximum possible score is 155; the minimum to pass is 124.
General Considerations (maximum = 58): 58 Documentation (maximum = 20): 20
GUI (maximum = 24): 20
Server (maximum = 53): 51


I really want to thank the Ranch for helping get such a good score and the services they provide. Especially Mark and Peter who's advice is an invaluable tool.
I'll definately be hanging around, and thinking about what to take next, perhaps SCWD...
Oh, and for the questions that I am sure will be asked:


I used RMI
I modified the Data class
I had a LockManager
I did not change the signatures of lock and unlock.
Patterns used: mvc, observer, facade, factory
It just took a little over a week for me to get my results.


Thanks again everyone!
15 years ago
Congrats Brian!
15 years ago
Congrats Bernhard!
Way to go...
15 years ago