Grace Green

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I would like to create a map of maps in groovy.
For each entry in idToStates, I would have
[id : [state:timestamp]]

The problem with the code below is that the [state:timestamp] is not adding new state-to-timestamp pairs, but merely replacing the existing one.

I do not seem to be able to find a solution, I might not be using the correct groovy syntax since I am new to it. Thank you in advance for your help.

8 years ago
I have a web page containing a table, where each row has either class vc_row_odd or vc_row_even, like the one below.
The table has about 3000 rows, but using jsoup I am retrieving only about half of them. I have looked at the source page, and the rows seem consistently structured. Why is jsoup selector not finding all rows I wonder ?

Here below is my jsoup code:

<tr class="vc_row_odd">
<tr class="vc_row_even">

Thank you for your reply, but it did not make any difference.
Instead, this worked:

No other way worked.

Now, the loop in which this commend is executed hangs ... maybe I should close the proc or process ?
9 years ago
Could anyone help understand as to why this code snipped has the error below ?

grep: Movie: No such file or directory
grep: Theatre': No such file or directory

In other words, it does not seem to be able to understand the spaces in between words. I have tried [[:space]] and also \s with the option -e, but still same issue

I have also tried

But same error:
Cannot run program "grep "Selected Movie Theatre Number" -A 5 filename
Caused by: error=2, No such file or directory

9 years ago
No answer at all ? Maybe I posted it on the wrong forum ?
I have imported an xml file into JackRabbit repository using

I ended up with the following repo structure:

How do I map my POJO XmlFile field data to the jcr:xmltext or jcr:xmlcharacters portion of the imported xml ?
I have tried @Field(jcrName="jcr:xmltext") @Field(jcrName="jcr:xmlcharacters") @Field(jcrName="ns:grammar"), but the "data" field in any XmlFile object returns always null

I found th e problem: the bean in the application-context was being overwritten by the same in mvc-dispatcher-servlet.xml
9 years ago
I am getting a org.springframework.web.multipart.MaxUploadSizeExceededException: Maximum upload size of 500000 bytes exceeded;
which I thought could be solved by adding

<bean id="multipartResolver"
<!-- one of the properties available; the maximum file size in bytes -->
<property name="maxUploadSize" value="3000000"/>

I also have the commons-fileupload.jar in the pom.xml.

but I am still getting the error, any suggestions on where to look as to why the maxUploadSize has no effect. I am loading a file that is just 537KB
9 years ago
This works, notice without "classpath:"

That assumes that repository.xml is in the same location, i.e. WEB-INF as the Spring's application context xml file.
If I replace
<constructor-arg value="repository.xml"/>
<constructor-arg value="classpath:repository.xml"/>

there is an error stating that classpath:repository.xml cannot be found ...

ANyone can explain why ?
9 years ago
I am using Tomcat 7 with Eclipse Luna to run a Spring based web app which also uses Jackrabbit. In Spring's application-context.xml file, I have defined a Jackrabbit repository's reference with

repository.xml is in the same folder as application-context.xml.

Tomcat throws /Applications/eclipse/ (No such file or directory)

It is as if "classpath:repository.xml" were interpreted as a directory path, and not as a Spring's resource string.

<constructor-arg index="0" value="classpath:repository.xml"/>

Is this an issue with Eclipse ? Do I need to specify anything in its .ini ?
Or with Tomcat or with Spring ?

I also tried to deploy the .war in the standalone tomcat server, and take eclipse out of the equation.

I got the same: /mypathtoApache/apache-tomcat-6.0.41/bin/classpath:repository.xml (No such file or directory)

It is as if "classpath" were interpreted as part of the dirname, not as a resource string.

Any help ?
9 years ago
This query will return as many rows as there are VALUEs and COUNTs for a given date, but I am not interested in all VALUEs, only in the one with the max(COUNT) on a given date. Can you please help me build the sql statement I need ?

I tried with the sql below but I basically got the same results.

Hope some sql expert can help. Thanks !
Actually, RestTemplate works for my purposes, well I do have to extract the list of filenames, but it gets the page no problem this way

9 years ago
Yes, an HTTP GET on the browser shows the content of the directory.
I guess RestTemplate is not appropriate, as you say. I will have to find a different solution.

9 years ago
Using Spring `RestTemplate` for the first time. Is there an easy way to get the list of filenames contained in a directory using Spring `RestTemplate` ? Is RestTemplate appropriate to the goal ?

TO get a specific file (filename), I would do sth like

But this time I simply would want the list of filenames contained in the directory url "" . Which of the methods in the `RestTemplate` API woudld allow me to do so ?
9 years ago