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Recent posts by raj madhuram

Hi all,

I'm pleased to announce the release of Let it Snow!, a fun app for the holidays, as a "socialware".
Please see: http://geekraj.com/wordpress/?p=379

I will make the source code available soon. There are a few quirks I need to fix.
Looking forward to your feedback.

Thanks,
Raj
12 years ago
Hi,

I'm looking for the port of adventure builder reference application on JBoss. If anyone has it or have a link, will you please share it with me?

thanks,
Raj
17 years ago
Hi,

I don't know how to do it with workshop, but you could do it with eclipse. See the following document:
http://h20223.www2.hp.com/NonStopComputing/downloads/ECLIPSEJAVAWP.pdf

regards,
Raj


Originally posted by Veenu Kumar:
Hi all ,
We are using weblogic 8.1 server and workshop. Is there some way to deploy the application on the production server , such that we can debug it in our workshop.

Regards,
Veenu

17 years ago
Hi,

Can anyone tell me how to map a file that doesn't end with .jsp (but a valid JSP 2.0 page) to be served as a regular JSP page in Weblogic. I tried the following:



I'm doing a PageContext.include() of .xyz files from a custom tag. The problem with the above approach is that the JSP processor was not able to find the custom taglibs and was not parsing ELs. However, the root jsp having the same custom taglib and ELs work fine.

I thought I was missing some initialization params. I could not get the default mapping for .jsp files (In Tomcat, it is defined under config/web.xml). I'm new to Weblogic. I'm using Weblogic 9.0 beta. Any help would be much appreciated.

thanks,
Raj

[ January 06, 2005: Message edited by: raj madhuram ]
[ January 06, 2005: Message edited by: raj madhuram ]
17 years ago
You should be able to use java.net.URI class to do this. It might also be fairly easy to write a regexp to do the parsing

Raj

Originally posted by shakila xavier:
Does anybody know of an existing URI/URN java parser that can parse not only
the scheme but also all the parameters. For example, it must be capable of parsing the following urn:

mailto:abc@def.com?subject=subj1&body=body1

Thanks!

17 years ago
Hi all,
The results of the ICE contest are out:
http://www.scs.carleton.ca/~deugo/ice/
Yours truly has been selected as the top winner in the Open category. I wish to take this opportunity to thank the Javaranch community for the wealth of information it provides. I learned a lot using the forums
- Raj
Kinzan has released a product that enables building web applications using MVC components. Check it out!
I have a note on my blog below:
http://www.jroller.com/page/rmadhuram/20040302
regards,
Raj
Hi Vinod,
Check this out:
http://www.eclipsecon.org/EclipseCon_2004_TechnicalTrackPresentations/47_Hudson.pdf
regards,
Raj

Originally posted by Vinod Chamoli:
Hello All,
I am pretty new to GEF. I have GEF installables and wanna try some sample examples. I have GEF supplied examples which workes fine as plugin but I want to see a standalone example. If any one have some sample standalone example kindly let me know.
Thanks !

You can use the Tomcat plugin from Sysdeo to develop/debug your servlets and jsps. You may also want to checkout Kinzan's Studio which is an eclipse plugin that allows you to visually assemble J2EE based apps.
http://www.kinzan.com/products_technology.html
http://www.sysdeo.com/eclipse/tomcatPlugin.html
- Raj (raj@kinzan.com)

Originally posted by shawn kennedy:
can someone please tell me how i could use eclipse for developing servlets jsp and ejb.I dont seem to understand the exact purpose of an ide meaning besides writing my code for the j2ee components and debugging what else can i do .Can someone point out a tutorial which from whi8ch i can learn to use eclipse for developing an application consisting of ejb,jsp and servlets.Someone pls help im in deperate need of this.
what all do i need to know when i say that i know how to use an ide

Originally posted by N Padma:
I am trying to understand Eclipse. But I find it very difficult. Can somebody tell me what is the difference between Editor and multipage editor? Why 3 pages are associated with multipage editors? Instead why can't we use 3 composite dialog pages?
Please let me know. I need to know this badly as I have to decide which one to use for my application.
Thanks,
Padma.



Multipage editors have multiple tabs, similar to worksheets in a single Excel file. For instance, try to edit plugin.xml file. It will bring up an editor with many tabs. This is just for organization sake so that it would be easy for the user.
Raj
Make sure you add the VM arguments similar to:
-Djava.library.path=C:/eclipse212/plugins/org.eclipse.swt.win32_2.1.2/os/win32/x86
The above is the path to dll.
http://dev.eclipse.org/viewcvs/index.cgi/~checkout~/platform-swt-home/snippits/instructions.html
Hope that helps.
Raj

Originally posted by N Padma:
I have a java application with SWT on eclipse 3.0. I can get the program compiled but when I run the application I get "java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: no swt-win32-3034 in java.library.path"
I have the swt.jar set in the build path of the project.
project -> properties -> Java Build path -> libraries ->swt.jar
still why the application is not able to run?
Thanks,
Padma.

I used to be a non-IDE person but Eclipse changed all that. I find myself almost twice as productive as before. Code completion and Refactoring support are excellent.
Raj
Hi Francisco,
I am currently developing a visual editor with GEF. I started by studying the logic designer example that comes with GEF. Also, the examples at http://eclipsewiki.swiki.net/50 helped.
Good luck!
Raj
Hi,
Take a look at the examples in http://www2.gol.com/users/tame/swing/examples/JTableExamples3.html
There is a DecimalFormat example that is similar to what you are trying to achieve.
regards,
Raj
19 years ago