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Recent posts by chandra kambham

What is your url-papping entry for the "LoginServlet.java" in your web.xml file ?
9 years ago
Hi,

Please tell me how to find the binding IP adress of the Jboss Server?

Thanks,
Chandra
11 years ago
Hi,

Can some one throw Some light on this issue and let us know what can be done?

Many Thanks,
K.Chandra Sekhar
11 years ago
Hi,

I am facing a issues with the binding address of the Jboss.

Currently I am having two instances of Jboss on two different linux machines(For Ex: 10.20.30.40 and 10.20.30.41).
These two machines are monitored by VCS as we have set up a Cluster between these two.

We have setup the floating IP as: 10.20.30.42 for this Jboss.
So at a time only one instance of Jboss will be running with this floating IP.

The Jboss is Started successfully and I am able to access the server with the Floating IP.

But When ever I send a SOAP message from my application to some other application the SourceIP is going as the main IP of the machine(10.20.30.40 or 10.20.30.41), not as the Floating IP(10.20.30.42 ) on which Jboss is listening.

Since the other application is doing some validation on the SOurce IP, we are facing Invalid IP error. The application on the other side is expecting the SOurce IP to be as Floating IP.
We are using Apache Axis for the WebServices.

Could some one help me on why Jboss is not sending the soap message with the Floating IP on which it has binded?


Many Thanks,
K.Chandra Sekhar.
11 years ago
Hi Ranchers,

I am working on Java/J2EE technologies and currently I have offers from A and B in Bangalore location.
Both of them are offering the same package.

Could you please suggest me which company would be a better choice.

Thanks,
K.Chandra Sekhar


12 years ago
Hi,

Need your help in setting up class path for web application when it is deployed through WAR file.
Normally all the files inside web-inf/classes will be included directly in the classpath.
Here my requirement is that there are some file at the location: /sites/live/temp
and i want to include all the files in this directory into the class path of the my web application.

Could you please suggest me a way to do this settings...

Many thanks,
Chandra
12 years ago
Hi,

My web app has Multiple frames in a page.
Please suggest me any tool that works with the frames.

Many thanks,
K.Chandra
12 years ago
Hi All,

Could you please suggest some good Automation tools for testing web applications.

Many Thanks,

K.Chandra
12 years ago
Yes.. we are writing to the file using a buffered Writer and reading using a bufered reader.
and to my surprise i found a strange thing here...
When i run my program in Windows OS it's reading the characters correctly.
But when i run my program in UNIX OS the locale specific characters are read differently.
12 years ago
Hi,

We are facing problems in reading locale specific characters from a file.
We are using the Buffered Reader to read the file, but the locale specific chars in the file are read as some wrong characters.

for Example the char: é is read as ý by the Buffered Reader. We are using the Jdk1.3.

Could you please help me in resolving this problem.

Many Thanks,

CHandra
12 years ago
Hi ranchers,

Could you please suggest me some good tutorials on Hibernate for beginners?

Many Thanks,
Chandra....
Hi Ankit,

Yes I am trying to get a directory listing of that folder. But instead I am getting 500 error code..
12 years ago
Hi,

I have checked the server error log and found the below entry:



Is this some thing related to configuration of server that is blocking the access to this perticular folder..?
12 years ago
Hi Paul,

Can you please let me know which logs of server i should check now..?
12 years ago