Joe Harry wrote:Is the 3rd party web front-end only a java script front end or what is it?
One way to intercept requests and responses would be by using a filter configured in your web.xml.
Bear Bibeault wrote:
A Farroll wrote:I am maintaining a servlet program built on Java and running on Tomcat 7 with Windows operating system. The servlet application has no actual servlet class.
I'm confused: how can you have a servlet program with no servlets?
Dave Tolls wrote:
A Farroll wrote:Thanks once again Dave. I agree there doesn't seem to be anything changing the value of "value" that is why I found it so confusing. I have spent some time trying to get the contents of "value" parameter to the second try-catch block. How do I do this or amend the try-catch to allow this?
So what is it you are actually trying to achieve?
Because it really isn't clear.
"get(ting) the contents of "value" parameter to the second try-catch block" explains nothing.
You could do that by simply sticking it at the beginning of the method and removing everything else.
Dave Tolls wrote:Not convinced by this bit of the code (lines 14 - 17 in the above):
If value is empty then it will never reach the if statement as the parseLong will have thrown a NumberFormatException, so no point with the check there at all.
That aside, what is printed out by the println statement in the else block?