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Manjunath Rane

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Recent posts by Manjunath Rane

JNI, u must be kidding. U don't have a Java CLient right...so how will the JNI help. SOAP-XML is obviously suited for this approach. Let the C++ client invoke a Http Socket Session to a Java Servlet and pass the serialized data. The Servlet(u'll have to write this) will have a EJB client. This servlet will accept the data and connect to EJB, invoking whatever remote method u have designed. This way ur Client is also automatically ready for the Web services Architecture...so later sometime u do decide to shift to Web Services...u wont have to use this Forum...he he he
Cheers,
Manja
17 years ago
U r still living in stone age, yes, Applets once ruled the web, but now is dropped like hot potato. Application though are still running well, Applets have proven problems with the web. So be it, the Browser u use, the memory allocated and so on, applets is definitely gonna give u problems.....Either run u Application as Swing or move into the Latest in frontend technology, Macromedia's FlashMX. A Flash MX just works like a Thick client, but can be run on a browser making it a Thin Client. It communicated with any of the server side program, be is ASP, PHP or Servlets...or for that matter...even EJB!!! And coming to presentation graphics, boy u should luk into a Flash Screen...u'll forget that something called Swing Exists!!!
Want more info on how to use Flash as Front end to JAva Servers??? contact me
manju_rn@rediffmail.com
Cheers,
Manja
17 years ago
Hi,
let me get the question clearly...r u trying to say that u enter some record and send it to some servlet for printing??? yes thats definetly popssible...alll u got to do is to write a simple program using a Java Printing API which directs the streamed data to printer. Now let this programmed be accessed by Java Servlet when u invoke the same.....
is that what u want??? No, then just scribble ur question a bit more neater
Cheers,
Manja
Where r u getting this exception...server side or Client Side...
Cheers,
Manja
17 years ago
Ok luks like nobody faced this problem...
well i found the solution. Just apply the Weblogic7.0 sp1. I couldn't find the cause though. But, found a potential possibility
---> I was using <ZipfileSet> task of Ant 1.5 to build the EJB Jars. The doc of ant says that running <javac> on the src files will cause the .class flles to be locked. Luks like the lock still remains while the .class files r being jarred, so when the Bean deploys, it is unable to open up the Zip file, hence the error.

why does every problem on earth hit me only
17 years ago
Hi all,
I am facing problems in the Ejb deployment. Please read the following
V r using Weblogic 7.0 with jdk1.4
Just take a luk at steps performed
1. V compiled all the source code, the ejbc compilation and the .ear generation thru ant(v 1.5) build scripts with JDK1.4.1
2. When v tried deployin the .ear file, it gave the error in the particular EJB jar file stating
"unable to deply Ejb bean, Error: ZipFile Closed"
however, if the 1st step is performed using JDK1.4.0_02-b02 version of JDK1.4, the deployment goes on pretty fine. I just wonna know if u or any of your colleague have faced similar problems, the cause of it and the workarounds.
Cheers,
Manjunath Rane
17 years ago
Hi All,
I am facing strange problem while deploying a EJB Bean, please take a luk at description below
V r using Weblogic 7.0 with jdk1.4
Just take a luk at steps performed
1. V compiled all the source code, the ejbc compilation and the .ear generation thru ant(v 1.5) build scripts with JDK1.4.1
2. When v tried deployin the .ear file, it gave the error in the particular EJB jar file stating
"unable to deply Ejb bean, Error: ZipFile Closed"
however, if the 1st step is performed using JDK1.4.0_02-b02 version of JDK1.4, the deployment goes on pretty fine. I just wonna know if u or any of your colleague have faced similar problems, what is the cause and workarounds
Cheers,
Manjunath Rane
17 years ago
I am running a weblogic "ejbc" thru ant script(ver 1.5).
it says 'Recompiling because no previous hashes are found'. I would like to know which Hashes is this ejbc searching for???