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Recent posts by ganapathy gopinathan

Hi,

I have planned to go for WLS administration certificate, Anyone, Could you, Please guide me for the mock exams and other related resources.

Thanks
Gopi
12 years ago
Hi,

Have you installed JRE in your system? For the Left pane console,This is must. You can check, whether the JRE is enabled for this browser by going to 'Tools' option of browser and under that 'sun java console' option.

If you dont see this. Then JRE is not enabled for that Browser. For that
- Go to control panel
- Open the 'java plug-in'
- Go to the 'browser' tab.
- Check, whether your browser has been selected or not.
- If not, enable the browser.

Thanks
Gopi
12 years ago
Are you in production or development?

Thanks
Gopi
12 years ago
Hi All,

I have one query related to non buildin datatype in webservice. I use user defined exception in my webservice. when i use the error code and error message in the webservice it is working fine for me. When i tried with only the error message it is not working for me. Is that necessary for us to give both error code and message?

Please advice
Thanks
Gopi
12 years ago
Hi All,

I have a doubt, in user defined exception.
Is that necessary in the user defined exception, that we should have both the error code and error message as attributes? Or can we have only the error message as attribute?

Thanks in advance!!!
Gopinathan
12 years ago
Hi,

For ejb you have to deploy your application as EAR file. This ear file will contain 'xml' fils and class files. You can do this in two ways one is using the WEBLOGIC BUILDER tool. This the simpler one because it writes the xml file on its own.

1. Compile the java files.
2. Open the Builder tool. and open the root directory of the ejb file.
3. on right side u will have General and Classes tab. Enter the details needed.
4. save that file now you can see the xml files created.
5. in command prompt jar cvf firstejb.jar *.class META-INF
now jar will have created.
6. use this command to create deployable file.
java weblogic.ejbc firstejb.jar firstejb_dep.jar
7. Copy the firstejb_dep.jar into the application folder of your server.
application folder is in weblogic\server\bin\application.

Thank you
gopinathan
13 years ago
Hi,

As i understood, Tomcat for jsp and servlet. For ejb, we need application server.

Correct me if i m wrong

Thank you
gopinathan
13 years ago
Hi mohen,

Thank you for your response
It worked!!!

regards
gopi
Hi all,

Anyone plz help to understand, how to call an EJB from the client program.i am using weblogic8.1

Thank you
gopinathan
Hi all,

Anyone please help me to understand,

What is reflection?

Thank u
gopinathan
[ October 11, 2004: Message edited by: ganapathy gopinathan ]
13 years ago
Hi all,

Anyone please help me to understand,

1. What does JVM do?
2. What does JRE do?

Thank u
gopinathan
13 years ago
Hi,

Thank u for ur response.

We have a HTML page(one.html). In that we have 2 textfields. now i have to pass the value in the textfields to applet which in the another HTML page(two.html). Can i send the value from the HTML to applet?

Thank u
gopinathan
13 years ago
Hi,

Anyone plz help me to know 'how to pass value from a html page to applet, which is on the called html page?'. For this do i need jsp?

Thank u
gopinathan
13 years ago
Sorry for the inconvenience, near after i will follow your request.

yes, i am using JDBC-ODBC driver with MS-ACCESS.

Is the problem in the MS-ACCESS or in JDBC-ODBC?
where i have to use the 'autocommit'?
Is it in MS-ACCESS or in my coding?


Thank you,
gopinathan
[ September 30, 2004: Message edited by: ganapathy gopinathan ]
Thanks to u all for giving the valuable response!!!

once again Thank u,
gopinathan

[ September 30, 2004: Message edited by: ganapathy gopinathan ]
[ September 30, 2004: Message edited by: ganapathy gopinathan ]
13 years ago