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Recent posts by Matt Fury

Yes, I would recommend "Hibernate in Action" also. I am definitely interested in the new "Hibernate Quickly" book as well.
I am currently having an issue with a Map binding to selectOneMenu tag. Does anyone know if this is readOnly? It appears to be.

I am trying to set the value to something like: #{modelBean.pocket['11']} where 11 is the string key to a Map. I don't get an exception but it does not appear to bind the values at all. This is for the selectOneMenu tag. The selectItems tag has a different Map that populates the list box initially.
14 years ago
JSF
I believe we're leaning towards Struts but I'd for one like to see JSF myself. I've been reading up on JSF and it appears to be "Struts on Steroids". Hopefully it won't suffer the consequences of being juiced up.
We're looking into using Spring right now but its currently up in the air whether we'll use Struts or JSF with Kodo JDO. Anyone have any experiences with these and any recommendations/pitfalls to avoid?

Thanks!
Well apparently the taglib URI has changed to <%@ taglib uri="http://java.sun.com/jsp/jstl/xml" prefix="x" %>
Too bad they switched it and didn't stress it!
[ October 20, 2004: Message edited by: Matt Fury ]
15 years ago
JSP
Has anyone run into the issue with the tag not recognizing the doc attribute?

Attribute doc invalid for tag parse according to TLD

This is supposedly the new way to state the document source but it doesn't work. The XML attribute was the old way but that is now deprecated and gives me an error saying it doesn't take any parameters. It seems others are having this error but no responses on a solution.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!!

Thanks.
15 years ago
JSP
There is not much documentation listed on this. The JK2 Connector has significantly changed for Apache 2 and Tomcat 5. It took me a couple of days to finally figure out how it worked. I think I will probably put together a nice HOW-TO for everyone just to help others out. It's a real pain but better than the original connector.

Does this new book have anything on connectors with Apache?
15 years ago

That would explain the creation of C#. From there, it's not such a weird decision to aim for a single platform bringing together all the "MS languages."


No, I understand why they are trying to do managed layer of code but to me that's exactly what it is.. another LAYER to bog down the performance.
15 years ago

It depends on the domain in which we are speaking. If I was programming for Windows and only Windows, really there is no reason to NOT use MS's development languages (VS.NET).


Ya, unfortunately when we talk about GUI Applications, Windows is usually the only option. I don't know too many people that run Linux / Unix as a desktop.
Personally I don't know why MS would want to create another layer to run Desktop apps with .NET. If anything that will bring it down to the level of Java.
15 years ago

One last note is that Swing apps aren't slow if you code them correctly. And SWT is just plain ugly and has been way overhyped due to the success of Eclipse.


This is true. Multi-threading really helps. Although I guess we could debate all day one whether Java Apps will ever rival native C/C++ apps.
15 years ago

Eclipse is an advanced IDE (but an average editor) which uses a
non-Swing gui toolkit called SWT


Yes, I should have called it an IDE. My mistake!
I, personally, and more concerned about the speed of the application as most end-users are. I believe Java application development will take off if we can get the response time down between Windows and the App. Here's to hoping so. I love writing Java apps!
15 years ago
Have you looked into SWT yet? I am quite impressed with the speed among other things with Eclipse. By far the best editor out there.
15 years ago
I have done some more research and seem to come to the conclusion that this connection will only work with SSL. Is this true?
16 years ago
Can anyone point me in the right direction to get Tomcat running through LDAP and connecting to AD?
I know the Tomcat realm is probably the way to go but I need more information on Active Directory. First hand experience would be extremely helpful!
Thanks!
16 years ago
I've used it here too. I try to get my guys to use this stuff but its tough teaching them. I didn't see the usefulness when I first started my career but after working with a Rational partnered company for 2 years it was the best thing I could have done.