Flavio Ortellao

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Recent posts by Flavio Ortellao

Hi. I'd like to request a mapping like

@RequestMapping(value = "mysite/{someTextHere}")

Where someTextHere can include dot (.) spaces and slashes (/). Do you know what I have to do?

9 years ago

Hussein Baghdadi wrote:Add this to you pom.xml

It worked! Thanks a lot!

Do you know if it is because the use of annotation based app context? I was watching another spring 3 project, which doesn't use that dependency. But its app context is entirely in xml
9 years ago
Im getting an exception When runing the line .04 in this method:

I have TestAppConfig declared this way

The exception I have is this

And my pom.xml is this

I think it's something related to dependencies, but I didn't found a way to solve it. Any ideas?
9 years ago
I'm trying to build an image gallery, just like this "Chart Gallery" you can see in the example provided in this link http://www.sencha.com/examples/pages/charts/gallery.html.
In tihs example, I can see that the gallery is implemented with a ListView containing a ListStore, and that ListStore cointains some kind of ModelData.

And that GalleryChartModel is implemented this way

But I can't understand the inherent logic of this code: there are 3 properties in the model, how do the framework know how to interpret this properties? I mean: In this last class, there are two propperties (path and name) that seems to be used for rendering but i dont understand how.

There's another native method (something I don't understand) that is implemented tis way:

We can see "name", "path" and "shortName" words appearing here, but I don't know what this means.
Can anyone give me a clue?
10 years ago
I've found some jstl jars in an old project...
But it is suspicious that since those links are dead, there's no any "official" provider...
Is it possible that this happens due to be JSTL deprecated or maybe obsolete?
10 years ago
I cant find jstl.jar in the web. Sun's page... I mean... Oracle's page says that JSTL is now part of JavaEE 5 platform. I'm using JDK1.5.0 and Tomcat 6, but when I put <%@ taglib uri="http://java.sun.com/jsp/jstl/core" prefix="c"%> in my JSP, i get an error sayin that Eclipse (Helios) cannot find the tag descriptor.
Does anyone knows what I'm missing?
10 years ago