Maki Jav

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Recent posts by Maki Jav

Well, that is what I was talking about Paul. If you are trustworthy and your client/user know what you are doing....

Applets are simpler. Not like Angular 2 ts file. It does not let you use anyother js like ${"some-element even"} .

Using technology of the past does not mean that other must frown on it, when you and your client are in harmony.

I was using Applet for a documantation system, where it was reading and searching withih *.dwg/*.dwf, pdf and other types of files to search for keywords.


Thanks guys,

7 months ago

How are you using your cache through client. Running a server is easy as its config file is available on net. But no help on net with client code or client config file that helps connect to server (distributed).

Thanks
7 months ago
an someone just tell me wich encoding will allow ® © etc?

Thanks
9 months ago


Please, read my posts so that it will be clear that encoding is given. The file had same encoding, ie ISO-8859-1, only when same file is uploded to server, it runs on in trouble on linux machine.

So they need to start with jvm ie tomcat, with some encoding?
9 months ago

It is uploaded in Spring application using Apache Commons FileUpload utility by making it a bean using @Bean annotation in

ProductSpringMvcConfig extends WebMvcConfigurerAdapter implements AsyncConfigurer{} class


The csv used has following imports....

import au.com.bytecode.opencsv.CSVReader;
import au.com.bytecode.opencsv.bean.HeaderColumnNameTranslateMappingStrategy;

CSVReadeer lib is used for reading csv files uploaded as a stream. After I have developed it, the other developers have used encoding like this:




This was not effective so they remove the encoding "ISO-8859-1".

They did not consult me otherwise I would hae advised to make changes in the SpringMVCConfig file Multipart bean



So does UTF-8 not mapping characters on Linux (don't know which flavour) correctly?

Thanks,




9 months ago


The code base is same as we develop and give over to QA team.

Cassandra encoding must be same, ut I am not aware of it.

The file that I upload to my local machine and to the QA server in the US, is the same. Hence same encoding.

The result is different.

The only difference is...

Qa in the US has Linux and we have Windows.

I think that either it is casandra or the OS default encoding.

Thanks




9 months ago
Why is editing of one's messages not available here any longer?
9 months ago
Now I sitting in Karachi, send data to the same code server over to the United States, and phoosh....
:'(
9 months ago
Tim,

On your advice I logged in into their server and uploaded very same my file, the name of which I got (R) displayed correctly.

Well,

The same problem, as is reported by them, occured.


Thanks
9 months ago
THe two different images I posted can tell you the different effects.

Thanks
9 months ago
I am in office working, developing, so I read in bird-eye view. I am working on another issue right now but want to help my colleagues.

The problem is that we have cannot tell our clients to use a utf-8 or so an so encode files while uploading.

Thanks.

9 months ago