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Solved my problem by removing the 'txt' extension of 'mod_jk.conf.txt' in windows.

thanks again.
Thanks for the reply.

I tried your suggestion, but still the same error.

C:\apacheInst\bin>httpd.exe -k start
httpd.exe: Syntax error on line 476 of C:/apacheInst/conf/httpd.conf: Could not
open configuration file C:/apacheInst/conf/mod_jk.conf: The system cannot find t
he file specified.

please reply,

I can't start apache. I got the following error.

C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Apache2.2\bin>httpd.exe -k start
httpd.exe: Syntax error on line 476 of C:/Program Files/Apache Software Foundati
on/Apache2.2/conf/httpd.conf: Could not open configuration file C:/Program Files
/Apache Software Foundation/Apache2.2/conf/mod-jk.conf: The system cannot find t
he file specified.

i have mod-jk.conf file in the conf directory.

I have the include directive in the httpd.conf file as follows.

# Include mod_jk's specific configuration file
Include conf/mod-jk.conf

Please reply,

my problem was that i was working with crupted db.db file. Any way my assignement is shipped with db.db in a binary format , so i do not have to write any conversion tool for this

my assignment came with database in a binary format I do not see any ascii type that i have to convert into the binary format .
Any thoughts into it when implementing the conversion tool. I have not had anything specified as conversion tool in my instructions document.any help
[This message has been edited by hirsch, kanwal (edited June 27, 2001).]
alright man!!!
thanks for help .
let you know if i got stuck again
yes uou are right that i have to implement the data converter. which i did not , any tips on that
thanks for helping
or can we switch our db.db files and try these out
does it tells me that we have two different files or i am doing something wrong . could you try my code that i wrote.
thanks for reply singh
since the name of the origin of the flight and the destination of the flight are same , you that is what we will be searching for in our criteriaFind(String ) to get the required information
hi all,
i have question about names of origin of a flight and the destination of a flight , they are not the real world names , is that what we are going to use
in our search string when searching in the criteriaFind( String st )
The following is the description of one of the record that i have
in my database
Name = Flight number value = BA002
Name = Origin airport value = BA0
Name = Destination airport value = BA0
Name = Carrier value = BA002SFOLHRBeethAir
Name = Price value = BA002S
Name = Day value = BA0
Name = Time value = BA002
Name = Duration value = BA002SF
Name = Available seats value = BA00
As you see value of origin airport and destination airport is same.Please through some light on it.

Following is the code that came up with the values shown above
Data data = new Data("./suncertify/db/db.db");
for(int i=0; i<=data.getRecordCount(); i++)<br /> {<br /> if (i>=1)
DataInfo dataInfo=data.getRecord(i);
FieldInfo [] fInfo = dataInfo.getFields();
System.out.println("The String version of Data item is :"+ dataInfo.toString());

please reply