Kelly Adams

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Help!

If Javascript inserts a table row or move around the table rows on the client side, when the form is submitted, will the new table (with the added rows) be sent to the server side? I know other framework can handle it. IJust not sure JSF allows it.
19 years ago
Hi,

I tried to retrieve a dataTable ID in JSF using the following two ways:

1. document.forms["form1"].elements["form1 ataTableID"]
2. Use a proxyID: http://www.jsftutorials.com/proxyTag.html#feedback

Both ways gave me Javascript error - null object exception

How can I get the dataTable ID then?

Thanks!
19 years ago
Hi All,

I am working on a project to use JSF 1.1. It is also required to use JBoss 3.2. Is JBoss 3.2 compatible with JSF 1.1?

Thanks.
19 years ago
Hi,
Does anybody know how to handle the messages from the wireless device on the server side? For wireless device, there are WMA and push registry APIs, can we use these APIs on the server side too or is there better technology on the server side to handle messaging?
Thanks,
Kelly
21 years ago
Hi,
Never mind. I found the problem. Basically there is a problem in Sun's ToolKit 2.0: when you call nextRecordID() for RecordStore, it starts from the high index and moves to low index (1), while IBM's WSDD starts from the low index(1), moves to high index. That causes a big confusion.
21 years ago
Hi,
I had problems in using the record store/bouncy castle in WebSphere Studio Device Developer( WSDD). I set up a password, hash it, and store it in record store. And later, when asked the password again, the correct password is entered,and hashed. The hash value is compared with the hash value in the record store. In Sun's Toolkit 2.0, it works fine. When I transfer the code to WSDD, however, I can never get the password right (although the correct password was entered). Does anybody have similar problems? What can go wrong?
Thanks,
Kelly
21 years ago
Michael,
Thanks!
Would you tell me which third-party software they use to support https? I've beening looking the documentation but couldn't find any so far.
Thanks in advanced.
Kelly
21 years ago
Hi,
I have recently installed WSDD in Pocket PC 2002. Now I have two problems:
(1) My application is developed using MIDP 2.0 and uses bouncy castle for the security implementation. Can I implement it using WSDD too? Does WSDD support MIDP 2.0?
(2) Does WSDD in any form support https (such as import certificate, store in keystore)? If not, how can I achieve the https connection? Can I get it from third-party software?
I appreciate any of your input. Please help.
21 years ago
Dave,
Yes. I did. I used

while( rt.next())
String a = rt.getString("user_ID");....
And when I print out a, it did show up as N/A. But it deson't equal to N/A. When I used the compraeTo() method in String, it should a positive integer 97. Any idea?
Thanks,
Kelly
Ilja,
Thanks.
It did work on my Tocat. I used 4.1.12 and saves the mail.jar andactivation.jar in the lib folder as you did. Does Tomcat 3.x support JavaMail?
Kelly
21 years ago
JSP
I am working on a code that uses JDBC to retrieve data from Oracle database. e,g,
ResultSet rt = statement.executeQuery(sql);
String s = rt.getString("User_ID") // it's 'N/A'.
if( s.equals("N/A")
System.out.println("....");
It is not equal! How come? It doesn show as N/A! Is this a data type conversion thing?
Thanks,
Kelly
Hi,
I am using JavaMail in jsp. It works fine under Tomcat. But while it was run under JRun, it couldn't find the classes in the mail.jar. Does anybody know how ot configure JRun in order to use JavaMail? I saved mail.jar in the lib folder under WEB-INF folder.
Thanks,
Kelly
21 years ago
JSP