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Sabarish Varma

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Thank you folks, it clears my understanding
4 years ago
Dear Folks:
I am trying to figure out the difference between a solutions architect and a technical architect, in one of the discussions I happened to get a feeling that these are not the same. Any thoughts would be of great help!
regards
--Saby
4 years ago
Hello:
What is the name of the function that you intend to invoke? Is it nat*?
rgds
--Sabarish
7 years ago
Hello:
I was going through the security architecture with an aim to understand this from the Java perspective. What I cannot understand is that despite having the option of invoking the JCA/JCE implementation, what is the need to have the following optional layers of JAAS, JSSE, JGSS and CertPath. I have attached the diagram for your perusal. Thank you in advance for the assistance.
regards
--Sabarish
7 years ago
Hello folks:
May be you want to try Design Patterns Java Workbook, by Steven John Metsker (Addison-Wesley). I am reading this and I have had a good understanding so far on basics of each design pattern. Let me know your thoughts.
regards
Sabarish
A very good explanation

Prasanna Wamanacharya wrote:Except the fact that Facade is a structural pattern, and Mediator is a behavioral pattern, both the patterns look very similar to me.

I hope that we won't get both of them as choices in a question, and asked to choose one of them as the correct answer.



Hello Prasanna:
This is what I see is a difference in both:
Facade:
If you have an API that needs to be used by your client hide the nitty gritties of understanding and handling the plethora of classes instead give a facade class to get the specific functions implemented for the application
Mediator:
I can see this more as a controller

and as you said both these are in different genere but look very similar.
regards
--Sabarish
Reid,
Thanx for this insight, the server did not have any information on the object it received and hence it could not marshell/unmarshell the data. I ensured that the CLASSPATH was sufficiently updated to point to this class and it seem to work fine.
cheers
--Sabarish
12 years ago
Reid:
I tried to use a string object in place of a custom POJO and it worked like a breeze. I did not try this in a servlet though. I am little curious why it does not execute with a custom built POJO? Your insight is greatly appreciated. Thanx in advance.
cheers
--Sabarish
12 years ago
Hi:
I was trying to bind a POJO object in WLS 7.x server. I used Eclipse platform to write/compile/execute this program. The POJO implements Serializable interface. When I use the command ctx.bind("Somename",POJO) I get Class not found error.
The eclipse platform runs on 1.5.x JVM and the WLS server runs on 1.3.x JVM.
Can someone throw light on this. Thanx in advance.
cheers
--Sabarish
12 years ago
Folks,
I have the following infrastructure:
Weblogic 6.1
Hosted a RPC webservice using the wsgen tag.
The question is that this service takes a complex type as arguments and returns complex types. I would like to use an Axis client to invoke the method and test it. I have failed in this attempt with the client program failing with a SOAP fault describing non existence of a bean serializer. Can someone throw light on this.
Thanx in advance.
14 years ago
Thanx a lot for the suggestion.
15 years ago
JSP
The following is the requirement :
I need to create frames using jsp in the same way one creates frames with HTML code. I need to specify JSP pages for each frame, i,e each frame corresponds to a JSP page. At this moment I am aware that the "src" attribute in frame is used to specify only html pages. Any help is appreciated. Thanx in advance.
15 years ago
JSP