Andy Peter

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If you are trying this only for WebServices and WSDL try www.hp.com/go/ServiceComposer
22 years ago
Hi,
If I use URLClassLoader to load a class then do I need all other dependent jars in the classpath to invoke the class.getDeclaredMethods()? would it be throwing an exception if I don't include the jars, that my class is dependent on, in the classpath.
Thanks.
22 years ago
Hi.
How can I Tag a module based on a particular Date using WinCVS?
I tried using the Create a Tag By Module menu option under Create Menu but
it isn't creating the tags for.
My Repository has some files modified post Feb 25th. I wish to tag them all
on their Feb 25th state.
Thanks.
Andy
Hi,
I assume overloading of operations is allowed according to the WSDL spec. I am looking for a valid WSDL with overloaded operations.
Can you point me to one?
Thanks.
22 years ago
So I assume I just need to set the classpath to the directory where the classfile is located and I do not need to know the package information right?
suppose i have a class
C:\Test\org\music\Guitar.class
I set the classpath to C:\Test\org\music\
and then a
Class c = Class.forName("Guitar") will give me a
Guitar Class
and c.getPackage().getName() will give me org.music ? if org.music is the package name?
-- Thanks.
22 years ago
I used to have similar problems and seemed like resizing was fixing it. I later found out that it wasn't resizing but it was the underlying validate() or pack() code taht was fixing the issue. I was adding Checboxes dynamically to a panel and was having such an issue.
22 years ago
I have the absolute path to a Java Class File.
For this Class I need to find information like the methods/package information/ etc.
Which is the cleanest and easiest way to do this. Can some one explain this or point to any examples?
22 years ago
I have the absolute path to a Java Class File.
For this Class I need to find information like the methods/package information/ etc.
Which is the cleanest and easiest way to do this. Can some one explain this or point to any examples?
22 years ago
I was wondering how I could find the method parameter names (not just types) for the various methods of a class using reflection or some other technique if I have the Java Class.
It would be great if you could provide me some insight into it.
22 years ago
HP has various tools at:
www.hp.com/go/RegistryComposer
www.hp.com/go/ServiceComposer
These tools are pretty good to start with in the WebServices world.
22 years ago
I'm not sure how you'll write the code for that but i know HP has a tool RegistryComposer that does exactly that
www.hp.com/go/RegistryComposer
I think if you attach a ?WSDL at the end of the URL of the service you can get the WSDL for that particular Service.. Am not sure.
22 years ago