Vikas Varma

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log4j.rootLogger=warn,stdout


Change the log4j property to
log4j.rootLogger=warn
Dont forget to put the jaxb.properties in the classpath too.
Since this property file, is read when u marshall or unmarshal the xml string.
--Vikas
Then check out this link.
dnsjava
Regards,
--Vikas
Correct me if I am wrong.
You want to run the dig program in Linux platform without using JNI.
Use the Runtime.exec() method. For a working example tryout this link
runtime.exec
I am very new to programming in PDA's.
My question is, if I wanted to write GUI based programs in PDA's, Does the book cover this area? Atleast for beginners?
--Vikas
17 years ago
One more mallu here!
Well! not a regular, but try my best to visit here, once a week!
17 years ago

Originally posted by Michael Brewer:

Thanks. I didn't see your post until after I posted my second comment. Is JavaRanch slow on updating threads or did my browser just not reload the page?


Ok! now I think the C program has compiled successfully.
Now its a Linking error.
Check out the options for setting the library path for linking the libraries.
--Vikas
17 years ago
I think it requires the standard stdio.h files for the VC++ compiler. Usually it should be there ur msvc++ directory.
Try using the -I flag and initialize it to the VC++ include files. For example -I c:\msvc++\include.
Hope it works..
--Vikas
17 years ago
Maki,
When you create a html page, open/close the tags properly.
For example, in Left.jsp, you dont have the <form> tag, but you have the </form> tag. So the browser got confused.
Usually when I create the jsp page, whenever I open a tag, I make sure that I close the same, so that these sort of bugs can be avoided.
Please close all open tags, and try out doing the same, I am sure it will work
--Vikas
18 years ago
JSP
Hi Rob,
This may not be the optimal code, but this code works!
18 years ago
I think it could be done in this way..
java.util.Vector v = new java.util.Vector();
for (int i = 0; i < 10; i++) {
v.addElement("element " + i);
}
java.util.Iterator itr = new java.util.Iterator();
itr = v.iterator();
while (itr.hasNext()) {
//Do your stuff
System.out.prinltn("element " + itr.next());
}
18 years ago
This was discussed in another thread, anyways please go through this link
www.kcmultimedia.com
Use the create registry method to start the rmiregistry

The advantage is that, you dont have to start the rmiregistry.exe, everytime you reboot the computer
--Vikas
18 years ago
Theres a Java Tutorial in the sun's website.
Hope this would be helpful
IO streams
--Vikas
18 years ago
Again, I hope you created the stub-skeleton files using
rmic RemoteInterfaceImpl
Compile the generated files, and I think you'd be ready to go!
--Vikas
18 years ago
Again, I hope you created the stub-skeleton files using
rmic RemoteInterfaceImpl
Compile the generated files, and I think you'd be ready to go!
--Vikas
18 years ago