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Recent posts by pradeep kurup

Hi Mathew,
Thanx a lot for your reply. I'm a starter in jsp and was trying a simple page like yours. But the port I used was localhost:8080. Now as you advised, I'll try my example with localhost:8181.
Thanx again,
Pradeep
21 years ago
Hi Friends,
I am Pradeep Kurup. I am finding a problem in running JSP on Java Webserver.
I had installed Java Web Server 2.0 on my comp. I had made a simple .jsp file and stored under the public_html directory. The .html file, which is used to call the .jsp file also was stored under public_html dir.
While running the server, I had typed http://localhost:8080/.html file in the address. The .html file itself was not opening first. Later on this problem was rectified. But now while submitting the form from the html file, its not calling the .jsp file. I had gone thru the docs. The path variable was set as c:\javawebserver2.0\lib\jsp.jar;
I had run this files under Win 98 and is working fine, but the problem persists with Win NT.
Kindly someone guide me as what to do to get out of the problem.
Thanks in anticipation.
Pradeep
21 years ago
Hi Friends,
I am Pradeep Kurup. I am finding a problem in running JSP on Java Webserver.
I had installed Java Web Server 2.0 on my comp. I had made a simple .jsp file and stored under the public_html directory. The .html file, which is used to call the .jsp file also was stored under public_html dir.
While running the server, I had typed http://localhost:8080/.html file in the address. The .html file itself was not opening first. Later on this problem was rectified. But now while submitting the form from the html file, its not calling the .jsp file. I had gone thru the docs. The path variable was set as c:\javawebserver2.0\lib\jsp.jar;
Kindly someone guide me as what to do to get out of the problem.
Thanks in anticipation.
Pradeep
21 years ago
Hi Peter,
Thanks a lot for the information. The presentation has been very informative.
Thanks once again
Pradeep Kurup
21 years ago
Hi Lokesh,
Great!!That was very nicely explained.
Regards-----Pradeep
21 years ago
Hi Ramesh,
You can think of small projects like
1. A time tracking sheet for a small oraganization with say, around 15 employees. Consider that they work on different projects and the Organization wants to know how much time is put in by each employee on each projects everyday.This tracking information can then be used to invoice to the Clients showing the no. of man hours spent plus you can make different reports ( weekly / monthly project-wise, employee-wise) for paying overtime or increment in salary etc; You may use a MS access to create the database.
2. A monitoring system for a video cassette library which keeps track of details of hiring of various cassettes by the members.

Hope this will help u in making your basics very thorough.
Regards-------Pradeep
21 years ago
Hi friends,
I'm Pradeep. Recently I attended an interview in which I was asked the following question about Polymorhism. Whatever answers I gave sounded unconvincing to the interviewer.
Polymorphism as we all know is using the same name for methods with different signatures ( I mean different parameters). Now the question is :
What is the advantage of using same name for methods with different parameters whereas we can always use different names to avoid any confusion.
Can someone post me a very convincing answer to this question pl.
Thanks in anticipation
Pradeep
21 years ago
Hi Vijayan,
You can go thru Java Bible last chapters which will give u a very comprehensive comparison btn. C++ and Java.
Regards---Pradeep
21 years ago
Dear Malilyn deQueiroz,
Thanks a lot for yr help.The topic was very informative.
Thanks again
Pradeep

Originally posted by Marilyn deQueiroz:
Have you read Getting in Touch with Your Inner Class campfire story? It gives an example of using an inner class and explains which variables are accessible.


21 years ago
Hi friends,
I am Pradeep Kurup. I hv a fundamental question here:
We all know that we can declare a class inside a method.Can anyone tell me what is the purpose of doing it ? Another related query is: Does this class have accessibility to all variables declared in enclosing method (I mean the method in which the class is declared)
Kindly explain to me in detail.
Thanks in anticipation
Pradeep
21 years ago