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James Angel

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Recent posts by James Angel

In the sense of concrete class implementing API, yes, Hibernate implements JPA. You main argue the Hibernate is before JPA and how an implementation can be before API? Actually quite some Hibernate people were part of JPA's expert group. It is quite safe to say that JPA was from Hibernate.
Take the RED PILL - EJB3
Thanks alot. I will try it.
13 years ago
May be this is too stupid, but I am learning...
Axis can be used to implement both client and server. My question is that both client and server have to use Axis. Can I use Axis to implement a client and access web service by .NET, and vice versa? Thank you for your answer at advance.

Moreover, do you have any links to the real teating web services, say a "HelloWorld" web service, for example? Thanks again
[ February 18, 2005: Message edited by: James Angel ]
13 years ago
Hi,
I need you guys help. I installed TOMCAT 5 and JSTL. JSTL and EL work fine with it. But after I installed STRUTS1.1, EL doesn't work anymore. Questions are:

1. Can common EL work with STRUTS?
2. Is that necessary to use STRUTS, JSTL and common EL togather?

Thanks a lot for your time to answer my questions. (or if somebody else have posted this topic, pls give me the link.)

James :
[ May 27, 2004: Message edited by: James Angel ]
13 years ago