Shahnawaz Shakil

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Recent posts by Shahnawaz Shakil

Hi,
I am trying to build an ejbClient project in RAD 7.5 and getting following error:
The project was not built due to "". Fix the problem, then try refreshing this project and building it since it may be inconsistent.
When i searched google, there are help available for similar errors but in those problems the reason is mention something like: "The project was not built due to "unable to delete file".
But as you see the error that i am getting is not showing any reason. It is simply "". This is driving me crazy. I have tried to do clean build several times/ close open the project/ close open the RAD. But to no avail. Please help.
Vijitha,
Yes i need to get latest five records or less. Reason for using this for loop.

Thanks Jan and Paul for your help. I have changed the logic and its working fine.

Thanks you all for your help and suggestions.
Hi Paul,
I think you are right that it does not exist for sybase. Could you please suggest some logic because i need to come out of the loop once i reach the last row? I don't know how will i come to know if i have reached to the last row without using isLast method. Please help.
Hi,
I am trying to retrieve data (Sybase database) from my web application something as below:


It seems that result.isLast() method is not working and throwing UnimplementedOperationException. Please suggest.
Hi Kris,
If you are developing a web application then then it is not necessary for you to use mac OS. Your web application will deployed in a server which may or may not be a mac machine. You can use any technology of your choice which you will use to develop a web application. However you should not use WML and Flash component as these are not supported in iPhone. To test you iPhone web application, open a safari brouser and then go to www.testiphone.com. It gives a near real experience. However if you have iPhone then you can deploy in the server and test it from the iPhone device itself.
15 years ago
iOS
As blackberry JDE versions are forward compatible (means application developed in JDE V4.2 can be run in all the devices having device software 4.2 or later), i would like to use the oldest possible version of JDE. This is to make sure that my application can run even in those devices which are having older device softwares. However, my application should have two major functionalities:
1) It should be able to play video files placed in the blackberry.
2) It should be able to handle the captured image from the blackberry camera, so that it can store that image.

It seems that JDE version 4.5 is capable of doing this (Please confirm). Is there any older version also which has API for above functionalities?

Thanks in advance
15 years ago
Hi,
I can see that there is forum exclusively for iPhone app development. Please start similar forum for Blackberry also. Use of Blackberry Java Development Environment is increasing and this forum can be useful.

Thanks
15 years ago
You have two options:
1) In the command prompt write set path=C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.5.0_06\bin and then you can compile the program by simply typing javac anyProgram.java
2)Write click my computer, go to environment variable and add the the path C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.5.0_06\bin to the Path variable

If you chose the 2nd option, you will need not to set the path every time you open the command prompt.
15 years ago
Thanks Sagar and David for your help. I am using <html:submit> now instead of <html:link>. Can't give the code here as its very long. But thanks you all for your help.
15 years ago
Hi Sagar,
Thanks for the reply.
I want to use <html:link> because the button is not looking good on my present page. As i said earlier my redirecting.jsp page is having javascript to detect the browser. Strangely when i am removing the javasript from that page and make it a simple hello world page, then i am able to get that page using <html:link>. Please advice.
15 years ago
What are the security issues in accessing an eCommerce website from an iPhone?
15 years ago
iOS
I am having 4 jsp pages named login.jsp, redirecting.jsp, resultIE.jsp and resultSafari.jsp Also i have an Action method processLogin(). In the login page, user should enter username and password and press the submit button <html:submit>. On submitting the button the processLogin() method is executed and if user name and password is correct then it is going to redirecting.jsp. The redirecting.jsp is having javascript to detect the browser from which the request is comming. If the request is comming from Internet Explorer, it should redirect it to resultIE.jsp and if it is coming from Safari browser it should redirect it to resultSafari.jsp. This is working fine when i am using <html:submit> but when i am using <html:link> tag then it is not working. Please help me why html:link is not working in this situation?
15 years ago
Hi Ramakant,
This was really informative. Thanks a lot
15 years ago
JSP
Yes thats correct
15 years ago