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Recent posts by jin sun

I can't for the life of me figure out what's going on (and I bet at the end it's a really silly mistake)!

So I have an EAR project (with an EJB and Web project enclosed in it) assigned to my weblogic server. I can start/stop it all fine with no errors...but when I try to get to the index.jsp file using the URL: http://localhost/<project name> (it's in my welcome tag in my web.xml) I get the 404 error. It was working before perfectly, then one day it just did all this and has been doing this since. It's weird because I don't think I've played around with any settings since. Here is the log I get from starting up the server, if there's any more info needed, please let me know, thanks:

Oh ok, I tried starting up tomcat without the app and it worked fine. So it has something to do with the app or Apache Digester possibly?

I forgot to show some of the logging info before the error. I don't know if it makes any difference but here it is:



Then the error shown above shows up

*UPDATE*
I resolved the issue (actually another collegue did). After looking at the vm args, we saw this:



and put some xml jar file in common\endorsed in my tomcat dir. Thanks for the help though, it pointed me somewhere.
[ August 10, 2007: Message edited by: jin sun ]
14 years ago
When I try starting up tomcat through eclipse(version 5.5; java 1.5), I get this error and I'm not really sure why, since my collegue have the system running on their machines (I would ask him about this, but he's on vacation):



could anyone please shed some light on this?

[ August 10, 2007: Message edited by: jin sun ]
[ August 10, 2007: Message edited by: jin sun ]
14 years ago
I know this is a pretty straightforward example, but I just can't seem to get it to work! So I'm trying to follow the steps on implementing apache's XmlRpcServlet (http://ws.apache.org/xmlrpc/server.html)...but it just doesn't seem to work . Here's what I do:

for step 1, i create a package called org.apache.xmlrpc.demo and put the calculator class there. (so it's in tomcat\webapps\<project name>\web-inf\classes\org\apache\xmlrpc\demo)

for step 2, I unjar that xmlrpc-server file, add that properties file, then jar it back up again and put it in the tomcat5\webapps\<project name>\web-inf\lib.

for step 3, I change the web.xml accordingly and place it in the web-inf folder.

I get this error:


Maybe my client is incorrect?


Can anybody give a more detailed explanation for dummies (me)?
drawing a picture might help you also to visualize.
16 years ago
^ Yea I think he's being tested on recursion, therefore he needs to show a recursion example to prove he understands the concept, thus efficiency is irrevelant for this situation.
[ July 25, 2005: Message edited by: jin sun ]
16 years ago
You might want to post this in the IDE section also.
16 years ago
or you could just aoply the toLowerCase method on input and compare the input with 'y' and 'n'.
16 years ago
Yea, Ric's suggestion probably will do the trick.

"java GoodDogTestDrive"
16 years ago
Sorry I have no suggestions, but I know how it feels, the crunch, haha.

Anyway, good luck.
Hi,

I was wondering if anyone familiar with using jbuilder could explain how to setup the Native Executable Builder to work with jdbc, because I've been having problems getting it to work. I can get my project to work when running within Jbuilder but not when running using the executable. Any help would be appreciated.
I was also wondering how to do this.
ugh I feel like an idiot, I figured it out I think thanks!
I'm having problems using Jbuilder to work with my oracle driver. Can anyone help explain how to set Jbuilder up so that it will work?

Thanks.