Jez Nicholson

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I try to appease the traditionalists by showing them a roadmap and saying that the iterations can be planned but that the exact content of the iterations is flexible and the resources (i.e. the development team) are allocated as a block rather than micromanaging to the task level.
Seemed like a reasonable enough question to me. If you are using jsp, velocity or groovy on the front-end and a web service on the back-end to supply the data you would want to send/receive data via Ajax as objects. This is what things like JSON are for isn't it? To do the serialization/deserialization of the XMLHttpRequest data for you?
I'm doing something similar at this very moment. Your example looks alright to me.

You could also use the Hibernate Example class so that you pass in an Author and find one like it, then you could find using an combination of Author attribute....





Finally, there might be a call for a special selection criteria bean for use in you screens. I use this to filter bookings between dates, or that have one of a set of statuses.
Hibernate doesn't seem to care much whether a value is a primitive or an object, e.g.


vs



are there any reasons why one would be preferable to the other?
People might be interested in seeing the JobServe employers survey results where 'Employers reveal what turns them off an applicant at interview'.

It appears that you have around 1 minute to impress them.
19 years ago
Question to Johanna:

The traditional methods of sourcing (job adverts, interviews, agencies, etc.) appear to have a poor record in finding suitable candidates. What methods would you suggest that employers use to locate technical employees?

Personally, I have found that personal recommendations have been our best source and as such we encourage Developers to increase their people network outside of the organisation.
19 years ago
I'm a keen user of Castor, but haven't used it with web services work yet. Can anyone tell me the benefits of using Axis as opposed to another marshalling/unmarshalling tool?
19 years ago
Any tips on how to get a preview from a Flash swt file? i.e. an Image of the first frame.
19 years ago
Gregg, why is creating it as an Eclipse plug-in not an option?
19 years ago
JEditorPane only supports css to a limited extent. It seems that it's styling things keyed on an HTML.Tag.A, i.e. it will apply A{text-decoration:none} but not A:link{text-decoration:none}

If you really need to chase it then ask on http://www.javadesktop.org/forums/category.jspa?categoryID=2 and someone from the Swing team may reply
19 years ago
hmmm...where do they get that actionPerformed method from then?
19 years ago
to further cloud the waters....

classes like HTMLEditorKit define actions that can be applied to a JEditorPane containing html. They neither belong to the JEditorPane nor to an html document, but the two combined. They are written as static classes which get hold of the components from the ActionEvent that has been passed in....

e.g.
19 years ago
if you want to change how the images in your html are displayed override the javax.swing.text.html.ImageView class. Then make your own HTMLEditorKit that makes a factory that returns your view.

19 years ago
Ah yes, synching on a physical file. Watch out for crashes as the file would still exist and you'd never be able to open the app again!
19 years ago
If you haven't applied a renderer then the combo box will display the toString() value of the objects by default.

String displayed = jComboBox.getSelectedItem().toString();
19 years ago