Ravi Kiran Varre wrote:
What are the errors that you are getting?
As I said i had written to capture right click on browser , so if i remove this alert , the default browser behaviour on right click happens .
why are you using document.all, that is very outdated.
Thanks in advance
Henry Wong wrote:
And this is probaly not correct. You want your HashTest instances to compare to other HashTest instances -- not String instances.
Pradeep Kumar wrote:Hi,
To be very precise of the context I have to test on of my application class which calls super.execute() as the last statement of the method. The super class is in another jar file and the super class execute method has got lot of dependencies. My intention is to test the execute method of the application and not to test the super class which is in another jar file.
If i write a FrameworkClassInAnotherJar class in my application as mentioned in the post earlier the call will definitly land in the dummy super class i coded and suffice for my test case but when i do a build and run my application will it wont land the dummy class? How to go about this. Kindly provide me an optimum solution for testing my application class execute method.
Thanks and Regards,
avihai marchiano wrote:Hey,
working with jboss 4.2.3 with jboss messaging installed.
i have a queue that work, but in some cases after some time the mdb are no longer taking messages from the queue.
any advice how to debug?
Jan Cumps wrote:<switching_to_geek_level>
I had an Oracle performance tuning training, where we were told that count('X') is faster than count(1) is faster than count(*).
But actually, I do not care . As if my program's performance would depend on that.