Syednizar Kamal

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is Adding javascript coding inside JSP file will degrade the performance(consider there are 200-300 lines of code for javscript) of the JSP. If so is moving the javscript coding to separate script file and including the script file in JSP will boost peformance? Suggest me other options too.What is the best practice in such case?
12 years ago
JSP
Yes we can use same command object for different controllers. I'm not able to understand what you are expecting particulary. IMHO better to use TestController1 alone and redirect to different view depending upon your logic.

To redirect to different view other than success view use below code.
modelAndView.setViewName("jsp file path");
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12 years ago
Hi All , I am having 3+ years of java/j2ee experience. But have not worked in webservice. So just now I started to learn webservice.
Can you guys tell me what are all the topice\concepts I need to learn to have complete webservice knowledge in jave/j2ee perspective.

Thanks
12 years ago
"If you dont like any rule just follow it...Reach the top and CHANGE THE RULE..
12 years ago
Hi,
For this functionality i think no need to pass any value from jsp to xml. Just pass 'SeminarId" as a query string and get that seminarId from request in controller.

Announce.do?SeminarId=seminarId

Note: I am not sure this will really help you.
12 years ago
JSP
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12 years ago
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13 years ago
after deleting the data,again fetch the table data from Database.
13 years ago
JSP
when the user is login to your application store that username in session.
And in header.jsp check for not null aginst that session username object.
13 years ago
JSP
I applied but not yet received
13 years ago
Really Inspiring...
13 years ago
You can use RequestDispatcher to forward to that particular jsp
13 years ago
JSP
instead of classpath give the exact location of the applicationContext.xml file. for example if your applicationContext.xml file is in your WEB-INF\context directory then give as \WEB-INF\context\applicationContext.xml