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Andreas Ecker

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Recent posts by Andreas Ecker

Hi,

concerning the problem with the date field, I had a similar thing recently.
What I did was: extend javax.swing.DefaultCellEditor to a custom class, extend javax.swing.DefaultCellEditor.EditorDelegate (inner class) to a custom class, which overrides stopCellEditing() to check, if the value is a valid date. If yes, return true, if no return false to keep the field in editing mode.
You should check the Java source files, where/what you actually have to change.
This was not a very beautiful solution, but it did work.

Andreas
14 years ago
What kind of data is your "outputdocument"? Ist it CSV?
I think your writing a simple text file, not a generic Excel file. So it might be a hint to go the opposite way: Save a Excel table as some sort of text file and look, if it has got some information about colouring in it.
A solution might be to use HTML format.

Andreas
14 years ago
Hi,

using Google I found a link for using Swing in servlets:
http://www.lip.pt/computing/docs/java/jas/jas/Documentation/howto/servlet/default.shtml

Here it's used to create pictures to be sent to the client.

Andreas
14 years ago
Hi,

just curiousity: why is it good to use batch sizes, that are relativley prime?
Why will this give you less server roundtrips?

Andreas