Here all visitors of the store get the chance to eternalize themselves. Just sign the document anywhere you want below... Hi, This is Minhaj Mehmood from Pakistan.
* Ehizeme in the building. I love java.
* Good site for learning all about java.
* keep up the good work guys.
I'm Sergio Campos from Venezuela
This a great site to answer all Java related doubts.
I've got help and continue learning.
Since I feel welcome here, I say "Welcome" to everyone coming here.
Just ask your your question...
Just starting to connect to this site. I'm Kelly from Sun Microsystems
and I'd like to help out with any basic low level JDK questions
and encourage people to go to https://java.net/projects/jdk/ I have two blog sites at http://blogs.sun.com/roller/kto and http://weblogs.java.net/blog/kellyohair.
Of course I'm sure I'll learn something too, but I'd like to be a
resource to this site too.
Good site for Java ppl ! Keep up the good work ! - Sara
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Thanks for creating and posting the explanation of the InvokerServlet entry in web.xml and reviewing the alternatives. This is the best explanation I found in a weekend worth of searching.
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Thought I'd say thanks for the info on the evils of invoke wrt servlets. It took me a bit to get my mind around it, but your explanations made it all clear and, well, I have my first test servlet working. Thanks -
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Thanks for that long sordid history of the invoker servlet. It helped me a lot. And now I'm learning about Java Ranch (JR). I didn't know Hatfield Seed & Feed was here at the JR. JR is great (looks even better than the head first java book). Yes that fly was disgusting but after a while you see it kind of fits in with the general atmosphere. After all, coffee is an acquired taste, why not flies? -- email@example.com 2004_11_04
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