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alex reznik

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Recent posts by alex reznik

Hi all,
i am working on integrating crystal reports into jsp, they (Crystal) have a whole api to view reports on the jsp, taglibs, jsf, you name it. Nowhere do i see that a report actually runs before its being displayed.
Could someone possibly convince me otherwise? this is driving me nuts.
Also, if you know the answer to first question, could this also be the reason i dont see any prompts on the page as i am sure i create them in the developer.

Much appreciated,
Alex

[ February 24, 2005: Message edited by: alex reznik ]
[ February 24, 2005: Message edited by: alex reznik ]
16 years ago
JSP
Hi, everybody
i am following the steps as described in the Resin docs to integrate 2.1.x with IIS and i am not getting any results...I am not sure if i am following correctly, but i did everything the docs told me to do and the best i am getting is 403 on the directory i am trying to open...
Am i missing something? i am not sure...
could anyone please tell me what to do?
Thanks,
--Alex
18 years ago
I am wondering if the problem with the dynamic include's flush has been fixed. I know i am not supposed to use it for a redirect, but cannot use a static include due to some specs.
Thanks,
Alex
19 years ago
JSP
Hi, i got a question about Rhino with Javascript and have no idea where to put it
Please help...
Should i put the question here? nah, i will wait
Alex
19 years ago
The thing is it only happens when the session is already expired, not before.
i am using the static includes for my headers, that seems to work exactly as expected, just the after the session is expired, its thowing the exception.
Alex
19 years ago
JSP
Hi, everybody,
I know this topic has been beaten to tender death, but i think i need some new info. I am using Tomcat 4.1.12 and jsp(of course) and trying to secure my web pages with session and other authentication stuff. i am statically including a header.jsp page at the top of every page to handle session management, ie check for valid or invalid session, etc, and handle redirection accordingly. i use response.sendRedirect(...)
As long as the session is not expired, everything works fine, but as soon as it expires, any redirection gives IllegalStateException and i can't do anything about it.
Please give me some suggesstions on how to fix this problem or point me to a different mechanism
Thanks,
Alex
19 years ago
JSP
Hi, everybody
I am using tomcat 4.1 and IIS 5.1 on windows xp with ajp13 connection.
first of all, it berely works on xp and does not work at all on the 2000 server which will have to be done eventually, and also, it crashes on xp everyonce in a while. I am wondering if there is another way to connect the two and if anyone has detailed how-to.
also, i am using j2sdk1.4.0_02
Thanks,
Alex
19 years ago
Hi, Iwas wondering if anyone has ran into problems testing their jsp apps with Netscape 4.7, specifically using a bean in a form to keep stickyness, ie,using a property attribute in a form, any other things that would make it more helpful
Any help appreciated
Alex
19 years ago
JSP
How is it going with connection pooling? i need some help too
Pls, let me know if you found anything that lets you create a connection bean that can be called from other beans
Alex
19 years ago
JSP
Hello, everybody
I have a webapp that uses several JavaBeans, one on which is a DBConnection bean and is called from other beans to execute queries, updates, etc.
I tried to register a DataSource on Tomcat 4 and call it from the bean, but it looks like since its not going from jsp, the DataSource is outside the Context. I am aware that there is a way to do it thru servlets, but what if i need to do some server-side processing only.
Anyway, my question is:"has anybody successfully set up a bean that does a connection thru DataSource pooling and is called from other classes on the server?"
Thanks in advance
Alex
I think the command in UNIX is clear, but first you need to know what OS is running, so
something like this:
try
{
String osName = System.getProperty("os.name" );
...
Runtime rt = Runtime.getRuntime();...
rt.exec...
19 years ago
Andrey,
ne dreif'
Alex
19 years ago
jdbc racle:thin:user/password@database:1521:sid
[turned off smileys so the connection string is displayed properly]
[ August 12, 2002: Message edited by: Bodie Minster ]
19 years ago
the connection string is wrong, Oracle 8i uses different syntax:
for thin driver it will be
jdbc racle:thin:user/password@database :p ort:sid
hope this helps
alex
[turned off smileys so the connection string is displayed properly]
[ August 12, 2002: Message edited by: Bodie Minster ]
19 years ago
Hello, everybody!
My config is as follows: win2k, tomcat 4.0.4, java 1.4, and the question is:
how do i configure a datasource so that i can call it from my .class file as follows:
InitialContext ctx = new InitialContext();
DataSource ds = (DataSource) ctx.lookup("myDataSource");
i have done some searches for the docs but they are not very clear and i am getting an error :
the datasource myDataSource is not configured within this Context, which i suppose references the server.xml file...
anyway, could someone gimme step by step, since my head is not working no more
Thanks,
alex
19 years ago