Scott Stanlick

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Recent posts by Scott Stanlick

Hey Andrew, have you looked at Apache Drill?  Thoughts?
2 years ago
Thanks bro, but I am talking about File Search.
Does anyone know of a way to configure Eclipse so that File Searches will include source attached to jars on the build path?

Peace,
Scott
The response is being evaluated by a java script function and when I write to the response myself it works okay. If I include a JSP (that is the same content) it is as though there was no response at all! Is there a way to examine the response following the .include?
11 years ago
Using:

RequestDispatcher dispatcher = request.getRequestDispatcher(getLocation());
dispatcher.include(request, response);

Shouldn't the output of the "included" JSP be the same as writing directly to the response?
11 years ago
I have a strange situation where writing to the response writer works but performing a requestDispatch.include(rq, rs) does not! What I want to write to the response is the result of a jsp that I am trying to include. Am I missing something basic here? Is include different from writing directly to the response writer?

Peace,
Scott
11 years ago
I have a strange situation where writing to the response writer works but performing a requestDispatch.include(rq, rs) does not! What I want to write to the response is the result of a jsp that I am trying to include. Am I missing something basic here? Is include different from writing directly to the response writer?

Peace,
Scott

Originally posted by Joe Ess:
Strange, you did the same thing last year. . .



How do you do that? You're right! They must look like they fit while I am standing in the gift shop. My girlfriend has asked me nicely to only wear coats that fit me!
13 years ago
I recently purchased a black leather Java coat at Java One and the sleeves are too short for my long arms. I am selling it on ebay if you are interested.

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13 years ago
Kathy --

Were you a Sun instructor? I teach J2EE courses for a private firm (albeit VERY large) and I recall once auditing a course (maybe it was SL275). Between the lifeless instructor and the dry material, I nearly passed out after one day. What is wrong with the corporate world today? You have to be multicultural friendly, which is okay. You must also be careful about copyright infringement, meaning you can't quote something funny or use a graphic that might actually incite a smile. You must use a facilitator guide (script) so everyone get's the same info - like any two classes are ever the same!!! It's like training has been dumbed down to that of a fry cook at McDonalds. Ooops! Can I say that without getting sued?

Scott
stanlick@gmail.com
14 years ago
If you are interested in a new Black Leather Sun Java coat, visit this link:


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15 years ago
I have used both, and unless you have a JSF-friendly IDE, Struts is the only way to go. JSF pages are difficult to design without a tool that understands the expected coding patterns. I personally do not see JSF replacing Struts. However, time will tell.
Scott Stanlick
16 years ago
JSP