Yani Abela wrote:I am currently doing a DVD Rental System that when the user runs the program, he gets to choose from the menus. My problem is that when the user enters a menu and customizes for example a client, I don't know how to go back for the main menu.
Tina Smith wrote:This is confusing...
What is Calico? Is it a String? An Object in a different class?
Tina Smith wrote:If I follow your question, which I think occurs around line 24, you'd be better off putting into a List. List provides a .contains() method that will allow you to skip any looping entirely. So you could just write
Tina Smith wrote:And Welcome to the Ranch
bunta bunty wrote:Hi,
But its a blank page. I just created a new dynamic web page and tried to run that page, hence i dont think there is some object which is throwing this exception. There might be some jars missing or something related to apache but i am not able to figure it out
For setting up the workspace i followed this link:
After clicking finish, when the project is created i run my blank web page and got this exception.
Campbell Ritchie wrote: . . . and why are you suppressing a deprecation warning? That looks suspicious to me.
Maneesh Godbole wrote:I think if it was part of the "official" java, it would get widespread attention. I really think it is a good and powerful layout. After viewing many threads about people getting confused either with the concept of layouts or with which layout to use, I found Mig Layout comes closest to "natural thinking" in terms of alignment and placement.
Natalie Kopple wrote:
Mark Reyes wrote:Hi,
I've been exploring Primefaces components for sometime and I am impressed with the responsiveness of the tool.
Just would like to ask from ranchers here if they would recommend this?
I havent check Richfaces/MyFaces or Icefaces though.
fred rosenberger wrote:When it terminates, do you get an error message? Those actually give you a HUGE hint as to what the problem is. You did not give us enough code to try and run this, so nobody can really make suggestions - only wild guesses.