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Hi,

I'm new to EJB and I've been trying to deploy a bean on SunJ2EE's RI but I get the following message.



please tell me what's going wrong ? I've tried it on Windows 98 / XP.
regards,
Manish
Hi,
Finally I did it Thanks to all for helping me to achieve this result.. and special thanks to Mike Spritzler and Michael Morris..
The maximum possible score is 155; the minimum to pass is 124. General Considerations (maximum = 58): 52 Documentation (maximum = 20): 20 GUI (maximum = 24): 19 Server (maximum = 53): 49
regards,
Manish
19 years ago
Hi,
Thanks to all.
It means that there would not be any problem if i take the essay exam before the assignment upload?
but why there is a upload problem..
regards,
Manish
I've sent a mail to who2contact but will it possible to take the essay exam before uploading the assignment ?

Please help .. I am really nervous...
regards,
Manish
Hi,
Tonight I'm trying to upload the assignment but the upload page says that I don't have the rights to upload..
what will happen? because I've scheduled my essay exam for Tuesday (10th Dec.)..
Please help me, what should i do?
thanks & regards,
Manish Kumar
Thanks Mark,
But Is there anyone who has used that TableSorter.java file?
please reply,
with regards,
manish kumar
please comment on it.
Hi,
Will SUN punish me if I use the TableSorter class that is supplied with the JDK?
please reply
thanks & regards,
Manish
Thanks Pete,
and what about the 'resource' directory? my resource directory contains only gif & html. So should I also place them in the source tree or only with client.jar & server.jar will be sufficient?

regards,
Manish
Hi,
I'm going to pack my assignment in the Jar file but I'm confused about the location of 'package.html' files.
Should I place them in the source directories?
And what should be the final size of jar file? Is there any limitation?

thanks & regards,
Manish Kumar
Thanks Mag,

I've throw the java.text.ParseException from my criteriaFind method to indicate if the search criteria string does not follow the following comma separated format
<field name>=<value>
like:
Origin='SFO',destination='LAX'
ParseException also gives the position of the error.
so the following line will create an error at column 12
Origin='SFO,destination='LAX'
Hi,
I'm on the documentation stage and after re-reading the instruction file again & again I've got confused over my design choice of providing JComboBox for every field.
I've created a TabbedPane on which there are 2 panels one for normal search (only for Origin & Destination fields) and other for all fields with one search JButton on both panels.
Will my extra effort of providing Advance Search panel cause some -ve impact ?
I�ve used the tabbed pane in view of future functionality enhancements.

And one more question:

As per the instruction we have


The user should be able to select the origin and destination of flights...


I think it implicitly instructs us to use the JComboBox filled with all possible values.
Am I right over this point?

I'm not filling the comboboxes with all possible values of orgin & destination but making a history of all the items entered on the JComboBoxes and storing them into a configuration file which automatically gets loaded at the startup and fills the comboboxes with the history values.
So now I feel that I�ve made some unnecessary extra efforts.

Pleas help me out from this confusion. Any comment will be appreciated.
Thanks & regards
Manish Kumar


Design decisions should be briefly but clearly described in your comments.


What does the word 'comments' mean here in the instruction file? Does it mean the Javadoc comment or the Design choice file?
Now i'm working on documentation and have got confussed over that ..
Please help me.
with regards
Manish