john Lin

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Recent posts by john Lin

I have to agreed with Marco. I started to learn this new language Last month and am still have wandering about the "if and when I can use it in my development"

It would be nice if some one can share some good experience about using this in decent size of development project.
13 years ago
>>In fact of you pair two senior level (seasoned gurus) together, you'll >>get less productivity than if they were to work separately.

I don't think so.
I would like to know how many people in this forum are currently using Spring in development/production ? and for how long?

Where can I find the survey data of Spring usage?
16 years ago
Hi, ren,
Do you use client certificate to authenticate your client? or userID/password
Regards
John
18 years ago
You forget to set the properties back to System before you instantiate URL
java.util.Properties prop = System.getProperties(); prop.put("proxySet","true"); prop.put("http.proxyHost","proxy.mycompany.com"); prop.put("http.proxyPort","8080");

System.setProperties(prop);

URL url = new URL("http://myService/services/myServicePort"); URLConnection conn = url.openConnection(); String password = "user ass"; String auth = "Basic " + new sun.misc.BASE64Encoder().encode(password.getBytes()); conn.setRequestProperty( "Proxy-Authorization", auth); System.out.println( "Url Connection opened"); conn.connect(); WsEmployeeServicePortType ws = new WsEmployeeServiceLocator().getWsEmployeeServicePort(conn.getURL());
18 years ago
I would say you'd better off by just go to one of the implementation such Axis and working on the examples there.
18 years ago
struts is not required in exam
I have a jsp page that use <HTML:form> tag of struts. The form contains 64 fields.
when this application running in tomcat 3.3.1, the tomcat crashes.
It seems like the servlet generated from this jsp page is causing the engine to crach since service() method has too many braches.
My question:
Do we have a limitation on how many fields it can contain in the <HTML:form> tag?
Regards
John
18 years ago