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I am using a dual boot with RH7.0 Linux and JDK2 v 1.3 and jswdk
When I try run the web server and try to access the Servlet using Netscape 4.7, I get and Internal Error creating Socket message on the shell from where I fired the Webserver.
The Servlet class file is in the correct location, and the URL
is correct too. re there any known problems/bugs ? Help me out...

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21 years ago
I am using a dual boot with RH7.0 Linux and JDK2 v 1.3 and jswdk
When I try run the web server and try to access the Servlet using Netscape 4.7, I get and Internal Error creating Socket message on the shell from where I fired the Webserver.
The Servlet class file is in the correct location, and the URL
is correct too. re there any known problems/bugs ? Help me out...

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21 years ago
Hi Prabhu,
JDOM comes with a jdom.jar and xerces.jar files. Those are all you need to use if for parsing xml documents. If you have the source code and want to use the Build.bat/sh file to build the binaries again, its still ok. If you build the binaries, then it is better to have the new jdom1-b-4.jar (something by similar name) and the xerces.jar files in the CLASSPATH and remove any other xerces.jar or jdom.jar from the CLASSPATH.
Also, some books have the following code:
org.jdom.inpout. Builder builder = new
org.jdom.input.DOMBuilder();
Document doc = builder.build(new File(args[0]));
Now if you unarcheive the jdom.jar or look in the source files
under org/jdom/input fodler there's no Builder.java nor does
the declaration of DOMBuilder says that it extends Builder.
Hence it might be good to use DOMBiulder builder = new
DOMBuilder().
These are a couple of things that I experienced with Jdom.
Do share ur exp.
Hope this helps...



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Hi vids,
Heres a represntation I thought of. This may not be the Best or the standard representation. I am sure there will be some standard representation DTD for RecordSet. If you come across one do let me know off it.
Hope this helps,
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<ResultSetXSL>
<MetaData >
<Database name="Oracle8i" version="8.1.6" />
<ColumnInfo numberOfColumns="x" >
<Column Name="Employee_Name" dataType="String"/>
<Column Name="Employee_Age" dataType="int"/>
<Column Name="Employee_Address" dataType="String"/>
</ColumnInfo>
</MetaData>
<RowData>
<Row id="1" >
<Column name="Employee_Name" value="Sameer" dataType="String"/>
<Column name="Employee_Age" value="24" dataType="int"/>
<Column name="Employee_Address" value=" J4" dataType="String"/>
</Row>
<Row id="2" >
<Column name="Employee_Name" value=" Sameer" dataType="String"/>
<Column name="Employee_Age" value="24" dataType="int"/>
<Column name="Employee_Address" value=" J4" dataType="String"/>
</Row>
<Row id="3" >
<Column name="Employee_Name" value=" Sameer" dataType="String"/>
<Column name="Employee_Age" value="24" dataType="int"/>
<Column name="Employee_Address" value=" J4" dataType="String"/>
</Row>
</RowData>
</ResultSetXML>
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[This message has been edited by Sameer Rao (edited November 15, 2000).]
hi Faqat,

I agree with Thomas. The Event model in Swing uses AWT. Also
web application use applets which are easy to design and implement in AWT. (Swing based Web application require a component called HTMLConverter or Swing JRE on the client machine.

Learning AWT especially, the event model, it important for understanding Swing. Swing provides tremendous improvement over AWT as far as UI components like Table, TextArea, Tree, SplitPane, InternalFrame are considered.

I would for sure spend sometime understanding AWT before concentrating over Swing.

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21 years ago
Hi ,
Is XML Certification worth its cost ? I mean I havent heard much about XML certification in the US. Hemanth what about you ? Where are you ? Mumbai/Pune/Banglore ?
Preety are you planning of going to India for the XML test ?
Thanks,
-Sameer
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Hi Hemanth , Preety,
Sure. I would love to do a project on XML/Java tech.
My Email address is <raosv@rocketmail.com> I hope there's no
problem in proceeding for a project !!!
Lets get going ...
-Sameer
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[This message has been edited by Sameer Rao (edited November 14, 2000).]
Hi all,
I am using Java 1.3 with JRE 1.3 and have installed JMF2.1B2 for Win32. Since the installation of JMF whenever I try to execute a Java program having Applet or Frame, the programs crashes with the following error message.
Exception in "main" java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: no fontmanager in Java.path.Library
The fontmanager.dll in the jre\1.3\bin directory is very much a part of the PATH variable but still it doesnt work. I saw couple of CLOSED bugs on the Java Bug database, which are closed as Not Reproducible.
Anyone who has come across this problem or knows a solution please help. I have product submission deadline !
Thanks in Advance.

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21 years ago
Hi all,
I am using Java 1.3 with JRE 1.3 and have installed JMF2.1B2 for Win32. Since the installation of JMF whenever I try to execute a Java program having Applet or Frame, the programs crashes with the following error message.
Exception in "main" java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: no fontmanager in Java.path.Library
The fontmanager.dll in the jre\1.3\bin directory is very much a part of the PATH variable but still it doesnt work. I saw couple of CLOSED bugs on the Java Bug database, which are closed as Not Reproducible.
Anyone who has come across this problem or knows a solution please help. I have product submission deadline !
Thanks in Advance.

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21 years ago
Hi all,
I am using Java 1.3 with JRE 1.3 and have installed JMF2.1B2 for Win32. Since the installation of JMF whenever I try to execute a Java program having Applet or Frame, the programs crashes with the following error message.
Exception in "main" java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: no fontmanager in Java.path.Library
The fontmanager.dll in the jre\1.3\bin directory is very much a part of the PATH variable but still it doesnt work. I saw couple of CLOSED bugs on the Java Bug database, which are closed as Not Reproducible.
Anyone who has come across this problem or knows a solution please help. I have product submission deadline !
Thanks in Advance.
21 years ago
Hi ,
Oracle8i has BLOB, CLOB and BFILE datatypes. What you mentioned as nCLOB, isnt it the same as CLOB or there is still some difference between the two.

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Hi Pretty and Hemanth,
I too am a Master's student in Illinois in Applied Computer Science and am looking for some project on XML/JSP/Servlets. The resume related project which Hemanth suggested is promising.
Another area of interest which is pursued by many are Billing and EDI automation. e.g. Standards forms like Accident Claims, HealthCare claims or Invoice etc make excellent candidate for XML representation. An application can developed to to handle such forms as XML documents.
I too would be interested to share and gain some insight into the XML technology.
Best Regards,
<raosv@rocketmail.com>
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PS. The Claim forms which I mentioned are National Standards in the USA. Are both of you in the US ?
[This message has been edited by Sameer Rao (edited October 30, 2000).]
Hello All,
Sorry to post a text out of context. But, I did not find much discussion on JODM anywhere in the ranch and saw a mention here, so posted my question here.
Has anyone used JDOM for XML ? JDOM is a parser that provides the flexibility of specifying which Vendor XML parser should be used for parsing the XML document. Also, JDOM builds a Document Object Model for the XML document (irrespective of the kind of parser used... SAX or DOM). This makes working with the XML entities easy. Try the website www.jdom.org for more info.
I'd appreciate if anyone who has evaluated or worked with JDOM can comment.
<raosv@rocketmail.com>
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Hi Vids,
Are You planning to have a Web based application or its gonna be a standalone application ? When you say that data is coming from MS-Access, would you be building a XML document off that data (RowSet) and then pass this XML document to a Java program ?will this Java program be on the same machine or a remote machine ?

Assuming that you will be building the XML from the data retrieved from Access Db; You will need to use DOM parser. DOM parsers allow you to modify data in a XML document (or Create a XMl document.)
Hope this is helpful. Let me know if you would like to share ur requirements.
Best Regards.

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[This message has been edited by Sameer Rao (edited October 30, 2000).]
Hi,
Has anyone worked with Java and Oracle8i ?
Specially with interMedia package provided by Oracle8i ?
Intermedia provides an easy way to store, retrieve and
manipulate Multimedia objects like Audio/Video and Images...

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