Greg Funston

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I think it is the difference in browsers. Most people get introduced to Javascript without JQuery. The different models really make it hard to adjust to in Javascript alone.
Thanks very much. I expected that was the case. Nice to have it confirmed.
9 years ago
Hi,

I saw this term "*com.mytransaction.service.*.*(..))" in the following code snippet. I was looking for an explanation of the "(..)" portion and what it means to the configuration.



Thanks

9 years ago
This looks like a good book. Where might it be purchased in NA?
Interface MultipartHttpServletRequest getFile MultipartFile getContentType should help. It returns mime type which should help resolve your browser issue and simplify your code.

Cheers,
Greg Funston
10 years ago
There is a free download PDF of "Spring Into Action 2.0" and then there is the online documentation and references. Next there are a lot of sample spring downloads to start from......Google spring examples......This is the best one I found..Spring examples. It is a huge task to know all of spring. My recommendation is to have a basic design you are interested in , and start building a framework based on that. As you work with what you're building you'll get a great understanding of it. Add functionality as required. As you keep changing the design you'll be configuring spring like a pro once you work with it for a while. Because you can configure spring in many ways and the number of design choices are almost unlimited, it's unlikely you'll need to know every single aspect because it will not be necessary.

Good Luck.

Cheers,
Greg Funston
10 years ago
I seem to have found my solution. I saw it when I was browsing but I was not convinced it was the way to go until I found this url Spring Remoting and Security with SSL. This looks exactly what I was looking for. Any other suggestions are very welcome.

Thanks,

Greg Funston
10 years ago
I understand that Tomcat will have to be setup to provide a certificate and that a different port will be used. What I am not sure of is how the flow will work and how to configure this flow. In a website , Amazon lets say, the consumer browses and put things in the cart. Then the customer decides to buy the merchandise. They are prompted for authorization of identity. Up until this point they have been in a public domain which anonymous users can browse at their leisure. They may even have logged in but now the business rules want a SSL connection for the transaction based portion of this business. They are directed into a SSL secure connection and are prompted to provide personal information to finish the purchase. Then the customer decides that they do not wish to purchase before they finish the transaction. They exit to the public part of the site. I am looking for direction on the best way to provide similar functionality using the above mentioned technologies and or direction of which technological choices are available so I may be able to provide this type of business work flow. I have seen on a few sites where this flow seems to be seamless and I wish to design that sort of environment.

Thanks,

Greg Funston
10 years ago
Hello,

I have been working on a framework to create enterprise applications on and I have been successful so far. I have a Java EE design using Spring , Shiro and Hibernate and they are all working nicely together. I would like to add one more level of functionality to this framework. I would like to be able to use SSL to communicate for transaction based situations. I was hoping someone could give me an idea what I need to do to make this happen. I have been working in Spring for almost a year now but I am still a novice when it comes to Spring. I would appreciate any advice even if it is just a pointer to where I can find information that will lead me to my final goal.

Thanks,

Greg Funston

PS- I have been browsing and will continue to browse, but I have not found everything I need to know and I am not sure what I all need to do. I am still a beginner when it comes to complex design issues specifically related to spring.
10 years ago
My current state of affairs is I have this error and I have not found a solution yet. Any ideas?



10 years ago
Here is my current list of jars using everything but the DB jars. I need to add hibernate and mysql functionality. The jdbc mysql jar should be the one from Oracle so I believe only compatible hibernate and spring jars are required to complete the functionality I am looking for. Is there a reference for doing this somewhere which I have not found yet?

commons-beanutils-1.7.0.jar
commons-digester-1.8.jar
commons-logging-1.1.1.jar
commons-logging-api-1.1.jar
jstl-1.1.2.jar
junit-4.4.jar
list.txt
log4j-1.2.15.jar
spring-2.5.2-20080220-410.jar
spring-webmvc-2.5.2-20080220-410.jar
standard-1.1.2.jar
tiles-api-2.0.5.jar
tiles-core-2.0.5.jar
tiles-jsp-2.0.5.jar

I appreciate any and all advice.

Thanks,
Greg Funston
10 years ago
Yes, I tried that and it did not work. In the meantime I had a jar conflict and foolishly as I tried to resolve it I deleted all my jars and I had to start over. I have not been able to get back to where I was previously. I had all functionality other than DB table creation. My problem seems to be the jars. Which jars to use.

Greg Funston.
10 years ago
Hi, Thank you for the replies. Okay, I am trying to get this project up and running using best practices. So far I have it wired using annotations. I have a connection to my database but I do not have auto-table creation working. Here is my spring configuration file web-application-conf. I would like to use auto table creation and would be interested in any advice to improve upon my configuration. Thanks very much.



Greg Funston
10 years ago
In the past people drank mead which was an alcoholic beverage which was the precursor of beer. It had a much lower alcohol content and as people experimented with their mead recipes I expect beer was invented. Mead can be traced back to 7000 BC, Beer to 5500 BC and it was a way to provide something to drink since the purity of water could seldom be guaranteed. Beer was often used as a treatment for illness and the invention of bread and beer has been argued to be responsible for humanity's ability to develop technology and build civilization.

A toast to history.

Cheers,

Greg Funston
10 years ago