Angus Rose

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Recent posts by Angus Rose

Hi,
  for somebody who wants to gain an insight into Dev Ops, what tool stack would you recommend? Could you also summarise what Dev Ops is in no more than a paragraph, please?

Thanks

Angus
Hi all,
I'm getting back into JEE after having spent 3 years developing Android apps. I see that Struts has moved on significantly, as have Spring and Hibernate. Can anyone recommend a good book that'll help me learn Struts 2 please?

Thanks
Angus
11 years ago
Hi all,
I've been developing mobile apps for a couple of years. Previous to this I was a J2EE developer. I'm now looking to head back into the J2EE arena and I'm wondering what the best skill set to have is? For instance, are struts and hibernate still useful, or do I need to train up in some other framework?

Thanks for any advice

Angus
11 years ago
Dear all,
I want to sit the SCMAD exam. What are the best books for studying for this certification?

Regards

Angus
Hi, I think you'll have to place your xml file containing the menu items in a directory called 'xml', and then use the following code to access it:

XmlPullParser xpp = getResources().getXml(R.xml.celldivisionmenu);
13 years ago
Has anybody out there deployed GWT applications to OC4J? In particular, deploying GWT 1.4.62 / GWT-Ext apps to OC4J 10.1.2?

Thanks in advance

Angus
Hi,
thanks for the reply. My manifest looks like this:

Manifest-Version: 1.0
Created-By: Oracle JDeveloper 10g 10.1.3.0.4
Main-Class: uk.ac.ukbiobank.attillaq.AttillaQJobScheduler
Class-Path: . \resources\AttillaQ.properties

and the directory structure is as such:

-AttillaQ
|
-AttillaQ.jar
|
--resources
|
-AttillaQ.properties

Currently it's deployed to Windows OS.
17 years ago
Thanks for moving it. Any chance of some help now please?
17 years ago
Dear All,
I'm up against one of those irritating classpath problems. Let me explain the scenario:

I have an application deployed as a jar file. This application reads a properties file when it fires up. This properties file needs to be placed in a different directory when deployed so that the administrator can edit the properties contained within it. I have tried several ways of reading this file including
InputStream l_isAttillaPropertiesInputStream = this.getClass().getClassLoader().getResourceAsStream("AttillaQ.properties");

Currently, the properties file sits in the same directory as the jar file containing the application and the directory is on the classpath. Alas, the InputStream object is still null, i.e. the classloader cannot find the properties file.

Please help me!!!

Angus
17 years ago
Dear All,
I'm up against one of those irritating classpath problems. Let me explain the scenario:

I have an application deployed as a jar file. This application reads a properties file when it fires up. This properties file needs to be placed in a different directory when deployed so that the administrator can edit the properties contained within it. I have tried several ways of reading this file including
InputStream l_isAttillaPropertiesInputStream = this.getClass().getClassLoader().getResourceAsStream("AttillaQ.properties");

Currently, the properties file sits in the same directory as the jar file containing the application and the directory is on the classpath. Alas, the InputStream object is still null, i.e. the classloader cannot find the properties file.

Please help me!!!

Angus
17 years ago
Can it be done on an applet that is currently running in a browser?
17 years ago
Well thanks for the short and sweet reply. The next question is how?
17 years ago
You need to place the jsch.jar in your classpath
17 years ago
Is it possible to load an applet into an application and use the reflection api in order to see what methods and attributes the applet conatins?
17 years ago
Hi All,
is it possible to install OC4J from an Ant script. Unzipping and calling the oc4j.jar are no problem, but how do I provide the admin account password?

Thanks in advance

Angus
17 years ago