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Hai Cindy
Yeah i went through the API and trapped these events.Thanks for the help.
Can i mail u and clear my doubts from now on??
With regards..
JP
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Originally posted by Cindy Glass:
If you set up a KeyListener and Listen for KeyEvents, when the desired combination of keys is pressed, you can do stuff between "key pressed" and "key released".
If you go to the API:
http://java.sun.com/products/jdk/1.3/docs/api/index.html
Look at the KeyListener Class, in "see also" it will direct you to a tutorial on setting this up.



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Write Once , Run Anytime ,Anywhere Forever And Smile Happily.
20 years ago
I have been finding to get shortcuts on the menu items by using the KeyStroke class, and i am unable to get the thing done,
can anyone help me??
I also want to know whether using Mnemonic is better than KeyStroke class or what??
Please guide me..
:-)
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Write Once , Run Anytime ,Anywhere Forever And Smile Happily.
20 years ago
Using the java mail api and java beans activation framework i worked out a mailclient. But i have an bug in it that is
javax.mail.MessagingException: Could not connect to SMTP host: localhost, port: 25;
nested exception is:
java.net.ConnectException: Connection refused: no further information
Why is this occuring ? Can anyone brief me??
Please.......:-)
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Write Once , Run Anytime ,Anywhere Forever And Smile Happily.
20 years ago
Hi there
I am preparing for scjp once again. I want to know about any new websites for online tutorials ..like that for certification programs..Please do mail me or reply quickly

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Write Once , Run Anytime ,Anywhere Forever And Smile Happily.
hi milan
There is a nice book named PROFESSIONAL JSP by various authors.
INSIDE SERVLETS and EJB BY ED NORMAN are the best bets for
servlets and ejb

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Write Once , Run Anytime ,Anywhere Forever And Smile Happily.
20 years ago
Hai Rupa

This is Pandian.S.M here. I am an Sun Certified Java Programmer having more than one year of experience in developing web based applications using Java2 sdk 1.3 as well as in advanced java concepts like servlets,rmi, ejb with weblogic and jsp.
Just mail me a brief description about urself and the details of the project at smpandian@usa.net.
See you
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Write Once , Run Anytime ,Anywhere Forever And Smile Happily.
20 years ago
Hello there.,
Can anyone here brief me in detail about the ACID properties that support Transaction in EJB.

See ya

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Beacuse it is the way of coding java.

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Write Once , Run Anytime ,Anywhere Forever And Smile Happily.
20 years ago
I am Pandian.S.M an sun certified java programmer having more than one year experience in java.
Can anyone brief me about job openings for java in various countries?
Regards..

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Write Once , Run Anytime ,Anywhere Forever And Smile Happily.
20 years ago
BEA Weblogic is an open,extensible,standards-based,application server platform for assembling ,deploying and managing distributed applications.
With Weblogic you deliver your networked applications faster,more reliably and with all the benefits of java.Weblogics powerful Enterprise Java Beans Server and container provide industry leading funtionability and performance.


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Write Once , Run Anytime ,Anywhere Forever And Smile Happily.
20 years ago
EJB
Anyone can brief me about EJB and name some sites as well as online tutorials Please?
:-)
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An EJB System is logically a three-tier system.The three tiers are as follows:
1)The Client
2)The EJB Server
3)The database(or other persistent store)
* This structure is a logical architecture because the three tiers dont neccessarily have to reside on three different machines.For Example
The EJB Server and the database might reside on the same machine.This case could arise if the EJB Server includes built in functionability for persistent storage.
* The client and the EJB Server might reside on the same machine.This case occurs when an EJB bean makes a call to another EJB bean in the same container.The caller EJB bean is acting as a client in this instance.
* If you comine the two cases above ,all the three tiers might reside on a single machine.Most commonly,the client,the EJB Server and the database will reside on seperate machines though not neccessary.For example,if you are using an application servert that supports servlets,you may put your servlet clients on the same physical box as your EJB objects.If you are using an application server that directly supports persistent data storage,you may not involve an external database..

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The Javix
Hai there everyone.
Can anyone brief me about the difference in running JSP in BEA Weblogic Application Server and IBM WebSphere.
Also please suggest me about any online tutorials , websites etc..

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The Javix
20 years ago

I want to have a detailed knowledge about "Agression "
topic in object oriented programming.
I request every one on this site, to brief me on this
topic.
20 years ago