Venugopal nandikolla

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We used java jdk image toolkit to compress the images(thumbnails). But make sure if you are working with web applications. If you do more compression or decompression of large images , lot of heap is used to do these kind of operations. And at one point you will be having OutOfMemory Errors.
16 years ago
Use this page to view and change the Java virtual machine (JVM) configuration for the application server's process.
To view this administrative console page, click Servers > Application Servers > server_name > Process Definition > Java Virtual Machine.
or if you run the WAS5.0 locally then click on the below link
http://localhost:9090/admin/secure/help_console.jsp?helpfile=com.ibm.ws.console.appmanagement/nl/en/urun_rapp_instw.html&anchor=app_deploy_path
18 years ago
Hi,
I think your database is currently set to use a characterset of US7ASCII (the default) - this is a 7 bit characterset so you can store ascii characters from CHR(0) to CHR(127). In order to store characters from CHR(0) to CHR(255) the database needs to use an 8 bit characterset.Set it to 8 bit characterset and when ever you retrieve these charecters(unicode) keep the font tag in between them so that you can see them properly in Arabic.
-V
19 years ago
JSP

Originally posted by maher dabbas:
I 'm collecting a user data from a html form , and this data is written in arabic. and i pass it to a jsp , and from the jsp to a Mysql database , but a set of question marks ??? will be stored in the database.
Any body can help me on this please??


19 years ago
JSP
"tomcat.bat run" type this command at your tomcat/bin dir ie. c:\tomcat\bin>tomcat.bat run.It will run
20 years ago
Hi Tejas,
The place where you stored the bean(.class) file is correct but before starting the JWS set the classpath to c:\javawebserver2.0\classes\ and run your jws.it will work fine.
-venu
20 years ago
Hi,
Keep your classes in ../war/web-inf/classes dir and your jar files in ../war/web-inf/lib dir. set your classpath as per your requirement before starting your Tomcat.
venu
20 years ago
Hi,
I am sure that in your servlet code is not proper.
response.setContent("text/plain");
correct this ,compile and run your servlet it works fine.
-venu
20 years ago
Hi,
I have tried it long time ago.It'll work ,try using the command below.You must specify the uriroot (The root directory of your input files -- jsp's).The -webxml creates web.xml(but you must use -webapp as show below).The c.jsp is my only jsp in the c:\.Hope this will help you.
jspc -uriroot c:\ -webxml c:\web.xml -webapp c:\ c.jsp

Venu

20 years ago
Hi krupa,
Great ....
Go click on this link http://jakarta.apache.org/ and in the SubProjects part click on the Ant and download the jakarta-ant-1.3-bin.zip(if working on windows OS).Add ant.jar and antrunner.jar in your classpath and you customize the build.xml file as per your requirement you can just use
c:\>ant will build all your class files.
If you want to integrate the ant with JBuilder then I'll will give more info ,mail to my email-id.
-venu
venugopaln@yahoo.com
20 years ago
Hi,
I think you must go to the Project--> ProjectProperties--> RequiredLibraries---> and add the jar files(servlet.jar ... etc) then you can able to build the class file.
Better use ant(from apache.org) tool for building the files and you can set it the jbuilder for compilation and cleaning the class files, generating the javadocs....etc
-venu
I am totally new to servlets and I am using JBuilder foundation and I wanted to write my first sevlet, but when I added the following import statement
import javax.servlet.Servlet
the Jbuilder compiler is giving the following error.
"Class1.java": Error #: 302 : cannot access class javax.servlet.Servlet; neither class nor source found for javax.servlet.Servlet at line 2, column 22
Please help.
Thanks,
Krupa
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20 years ago
Post your question in a proper way.Its very confusing ...
Hope its in the same package as per your question, set your classpath to your working directory and run your java program.
20 years ago
Try to use java.text.DateFormat.parse(String text) which returns Date object.
-venu
20 years ago
to all servlets in the same server.
-venu
20 years ago
just make it false in the 2nd stage.
HttpSession clientSession = request.getSession( false );
-venu
20 years ago