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Recent posts by vishwas bhatt

Hi,

I am using tomcat 7.0 on top of it axis2 which intern access the webservices.

Now, I want to make a .aar file to deploy on remote server.

I tried to use Eclipse plug-in to create .aar, which couldn't work. There is some problem with my eclipse, plug-in doesn't get reflected.

Can anybody suggest to create .aar file manually or any other way?

It's urgent.

Vishwas
13 years ago

Originally posted by vishwas bhatt:
Hi,
I want to generate html page/form from java beans. Is there any standard way of doing this or any existing framework is available? If anybody can help me on this, it would be very grateful.

Thanks,
Vishwas

[ February 19, 2007: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]



Hi,

Let me explain my requirement in bit detail.
1. I have information (Purchase Order detaills) in the form of XSD file.
2. By comipling XSD file, it'll generate interfaces, which will have getters and setters methods of Purchase Order details.
3. I am reading all those getters from interface, and having collection of properties with it's prototype. (like String customer, String lineitem etc.)
4. Now, I want to generate dynamic HTML form, which should render with the above properties.
5. So, while reading these propeties, it should identify it by it's prototype and accordingly html control should be generated.

like, customer is of type String, then it should be placed on the form as input box.

Thanks,
Vishwas
17 years ago
JSP
Hi All,

I am using my brother's account. He told me that I will get some help from java ranch on this problem.

Sorry for everything.
waiting for reply.

Thnaks.
17 years ago
JSP

Originally posted by Bear Bibeault:
Please read this regarding why using "urgent" in your posts is not the best of ideas.

I have remvoed it from the topic title.



Hi All,

This is for the first time, I posted my question on javaranch. So, I was not aware of certain rules. I am very sorry for that.
Still I am waiting for my question's reply.

Thanks,
Vishwas
17 years ago
JSP
Hi,
I want to generate html page/form from java beans. Is there any standard way of doing this or any existing framework is available? If anybody can help me on this, it would be very grateful.

Thanks,
Vishwas
[ February 19, 2007: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
17 years ago
JSP
Hi,
I want to generate html page by reading java beans properties. If anybody can help me on this, it would be very grateful.
[ February 19, 2007: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
17 years ago
JSP
Sorry about that.
18 years ago
Hi,

I am using High Level API for my UI. I need search facility in LIST (IMPLICIT).
How can I implement this.

Thanks
Vishwas
[ September 29, 2005: Message edited by: Mark Spritzler ]
18 years ago
Hi Folks,

Please look at this scenario. I have app with almost 10 classes into it.

I am creating one instance of class A inside startApp() of Midlet.

I am taking trace of FreeMemory() when ever I create a instance of any new class.

FreeMemory() gives me 10k to 12 k less every time if I create a new Instance of new class.

As I know MIDP loads class as and when needed. And freeMemory() give us Heap Size.
Heap size is basically for runtime allocation and global variables of Class. I have few classes with single big method and no other member variables. Even if I load such kind of classes first time it took 10k to 12k (Depending on the method length). I am not able to understand why these classes need so much of Heap.


Please help.
Waiting for reply.
19 years ago
Hi Folks,

I using some default package scheme in my project. when I compile using eclipse everything is working fine by setting compliance level to 1.3.
(Project Properties--> Java Compiler ---> Compliance and Classfiles)

Now when I am doing this using ANT build file it's not working.

<javac nowarn="true" debug="off" srcdir="${midlet.src}" includes="**/*.java" destdir="${midlet.classes}" source="1.3" >

<classpath>
<pathelement location="${cldc_lib}"/>
<pathelement location="${midp10_lib}"/>
</classpath>
</javac>

where to set compliance level in javac task. I tried compiler="javac1.3" It dose'nt work. I tried using "org.eclipse.jdt.core.JDTCompilerAdapter" but I am not aware what exactly it does and why we need that...anyway that is again not working....all these give me error on default package import ...which is not possible in java 1.4 that's the reason I want to set compliance level 1.3

Pleae Help me

I am using
Ant 1.6.4
J2sdk 1.4.2_06
Eclipse 3.0.2
Is there anyone who can reply on this?


Thanks
waiting for reply.
19 years ago
Hi Folks,

I have done all the updation required and suggested by Naren.
But still same error,

It is giving me error where I am using or importing default package.

Please look at this and suggest me something.

<target name="Device">
<property name="build.compiler" value="org.eclipse.jdt.core.JDTCompilerAdapter"/>
<javac includes="**/*.java, *.java" srcdir="${midlet.src}" destdir="${midlet.classes}" source="1.3" compiler="javac1.3">
<classpath>
<pathelement location="${cldc_lib}"/>
<pathelement location="${midp10_lib}"/>
<pathelement location="C:/eclipse/plugins/org.eclipse.jdt.core_3.0.2"/>
</classpath>

</javac>
</target>

Thanks
Waiting for reply.
19 years ago
Hi Naren,

let me follow your suggestion. I am installing Ant 1.6.4 hope this will resolve this probelm.

Is there anyone who can give more input in this?


Thanks
waiting for reply
19 years ago
Hi Folks,

I am using eclipse(3.0.1) and Ant(1.6.2) and JSK 1.4.2
In My Project I am using default package. Which is not supported by 1.4.

Now when I set Compliance level in Eclipse 1.3 every thing goes fine. But I want to Compile Through Ant's Javac Task.

<javac target="1.1" verbose="true" srcdir="${midlet.src}" nowarn="true" destdir="${midlet.classes}" compiler="javac1.3" source="1.3">

But it gives an error on all default Package Import.

Even I had this option too but no result.

<property name="build.compiler" value="org.eclipse.jdt.core.JDTCompilerAdapter" />


do I need to Install JDK 1.3 for doing this.

Please tell me how can I compile on java 1.3 using Ant JAVAC Task
[ May 30, 2005: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
19 years ago
hi,

we are using Eclipse and Ant. I wanted to know how can I use javac Task to compile sode with the compliance level of 1.3. And I have installed Eclipse(3.0.1), Ant (1.6.2) and Java (1.4.2).


Thanks
Waiting for reply
19 years ago