Originally posted by Bruno Dery:
If you don't need fancy functions from Excel but just simply opening Excel directly from the file being downloaded, you can simply write a comma delimited file and it should open up with excel by default (if the user didnt changed his / her file associations, office sets .csv files associated with excel). So simply make sure you separate your columns by commas and your rows by newlines and name the file you output with the extension .csv.
Originally posted by Igor Ko:
Is it ADVANCED forum question ?
YES for Hashtable,
NO for Directory (don't know what is it)
YES for File.isDirectory()
Originally posted by Uwe Barthel:
Ok another question... how long do you need to read a technical book around 420 pages ?
"programming Jakarta Struts" Cavaness, Chuck, ISBN: 0-596-00328-5, O'Reilly
This book explain struts programming with a bookwide example a little shopping site. so you get 2 birds with one stone
hope that helps
Originally posted by john mattucci:
My question is how many hours should this take for a mid level developer or a senior developer? I need to present the client with the number of hours this project will take and I dont want to quote him too high or too low. One more question what do you feel would be fair to ask for such a project? The client is a small business.
Thank you all for your time
Originally posted by Jose Larico:
I would like to do a ITERATE in a jsp page. For this I have been using a HashMap and each element of this map contains an ArrayList. In the array list different objects are stocked. I would lilke to recuperate each ArrayList and make it de second iterate. Ex.
ArrayList liste = new ArrayList();
UnObject o1 = new UnObject();
o1.setSubject("Some text 1");
UnObject o2 = new UnObject();
o2.setSubject("Some text 2");
java.util.HashMap h = new java.util.HashMap();
<logic:iterate id="ref" name="myIterate">