vikas Gourishetty

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Recent posts by vikas Gourishetty

Hi I am trying to compile a JSP page.

I have the following in my code:




When I try to compile, I get the following message in my IDE.
"form:radiobuttons is not a registered tag in that namespace."

Any thoughts?

Thanks,

-Vikas
11 years ago
Thank you Tim.

I will go with your suggestion. I will handle the ( ' ) at the bean level.


@William:

With this line of code my IDE does not complain:



used

& apos; instead of " \' "



Thank you all.

-Vikas
12 years ago
JSP
William,

I tried your code lol ...



Observed that this problem is occurring with the apostrophe '.

If I remove that It could compile. But It does not solve the purpose.

I thank your effort and time William.

-Vikas


12 years ago
JSP
Bear,

Yeah, I need to think on to find a better solution. But this one is causing few problems, so got to live with this right now. :(


William,

Its just the IDE (Jdeveloper) which is complaining. When I change this in the server's deployment folder (Very bad way). It has solved temporarily.


Thanks,

-Vikas
12 years ago
JSP
William. Yes you were correct. That was the same code that is not having compilation problems !!
12 years ago
JSP
Exactly.

O'Brian in our application is causing a javascript issue. it is breaking because of the '.

To get rid of that issue we are using this approach, for now, as it does not do a lot of harm for this.
12 years ago
JSP
Actually, if I pass on a string "test" in the value it compiles.

I see the problem occuring only if I use the JSTL function.
12 years ago
JSP
Hi,

I am using JSTL in my JSP page:



I am unable to compile this line of code.

The message I see is "Unmatched brace or incomplete EL expression starting at column 0 at line 0".

Can some one help me regarding this?

Thanks,

-Vikas
12 years ago
JSP
Thank you Bear. Conversation with you did help me out.

Thank you very much.

-Vikas
12 years ago
JSP
Bear,

My point of interest is:

To determine what value the user has selected previously from the drop down, How can we know that?

I am sorry, I did not not mean to get any sort of code from you.


Thanks,

-Vikas
12 years ago
JSP
Can you be a little more clear.

Thanks,

-Vikas
12 years ago
JSP
Hi Bear,

Thank you very much for replying.

In my jsp page I have used the following code:





For the first time, The drop down list shows Select Study Action.

In case of failure (on clicking submit), suppose if the user clicks "Read" option, when the page reloads, I want to display "Read" instead of the default value !!


Please suggest.



12 years ago
JSP
Hi all,

I need a suggestion for the following:


I am designing a couple of JSP pages.

In JSP1, I have 2 drop down boxes and a submit button.

[After User selects the values in drop down boxes, and click submit It gets saved to database and method returns 'SUCCESS' or 'FAIL'. ]

If it is SUCCESS it will go to another view JSP2.

If it happens to be FAIL, then the I should display the JSP1 with the drop down box values what ever the user selected !!

Can any one help me to attack this problem. Thank you very much.




12 years ago
JSP

vikas Gourishetty wrote:

Bear Bibeault wrote:Did you find it?



I tried some string patterns:

"dd MMM yyyy hh:mm" !!

need to tweak this string !!



well: here is the tweaked string ""dd MMM yyyy HH:mm"" ..!! gone blind for an hour!!
12 years ago

Bear Bibeault wrote:Did you find it?



I tried some string patterns:

"dd MMM yyyy hh:mm" !!

need to tweak this string !!
12 years ago