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Vishal Pai

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Yes I need the 'admin console HTTP transport port'.

Using the websphere management API classes (ConfigService and ConfigServiceHelper) I have been able to get a list of HTTP transport ports. But from this list how can I determine which one of these is the admin console port ?

I need this for all kinds of installation (ND as well as base)

Thanks,
Vishal
18 years ago
Forgot to mention, I am using Websphere 5.1
18 years ago
Is it possible to get the Websphere Admin Server Port number programmatically or by reading any XMLs?
18 years ago
Should not be a problem. I have done this a couple of times.
18 years ago
You would have to submit to either the same JSP or a Servlet or any form of Controller upon clicking on this link and then call the invalidate() method on the User's session object.
19 years ago
JSP
You can try session.invalidate()
19 years ago
JSP
I am not sure I understand your problem but I think this could help:
http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/javatips/jw-javatip101.html
19 years ago
Most web applications follow the MVC architechture. In this as a rule generally servlets form a part of the "Model" or "Controller" at times, while JSPs form a part of the "View".

So the project could use both, JSPs are to be used for presentation while servlets to do the server-side processing and handling of client requests.
19 years ago
JSP
You could try the Duke's bookstore example that used to be available on the Sun site.
Do map-backed forms in Struts 1.1 solve your problem?? They are forms which have have maps that carry the properties. Hence the number of request parameters can vary.
20 years ago
You could also use some new features of Struts 1.1 like map-backed forms which are designed to support these kind of applications
20 years ago
Hi,
I am using JDBC-ODBC Driver in my application.
The application gives this "Invalid Handle"
Exception very frequently but not at the
same place every time.
What could be the problem??
There are two things I would like to add:
1. I use a static Connection object
2. The problem seems to be more frequent in a
multi-threaded environment
Regards ,
Vishal
When i try to close the database connection
after deploying the application on any
instance other than the default instance
i get an error in closing the connection.
I am using jdbc-odbc bridge for the connection
21 years ago
I have som text boxes which are validated on the server-side.
When i enter double quotes in the text box the
page shows validation error, but now the
text after the quotes does not appear and if it is followed by ">" it closes the tag.
What is the simplest way of encoding special characters
21 years ago
JSP
Signed applets can get you the user name.
using System.getProperty("user.name");