Neela Sathesh

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Hi,

My requirement is like

There will be a table "Table1" with multiple rows along with check box.

When the user selects few rows from Table1 and clicks "ADD", the selected rows should be get added to another table "Table2".If he repeats the action,the newly selected rows should get appended with the existing rows of "table1".

Similarly,IF the user selects few column from the Table2 and clicks a button, the selected rows should get removed from the table.

Thanks in advance..
Really sorry for that...

Can you share the JSTL specification with me?
15 years ago
Hi,

I m planning to use JSTL n my project...Could you pls share some study materials for that??
15 years ago
Hi,

I have a requirement to use XML parser in my project.

What are the different types of XML Parser available? As I have to parse a big XML file, what would be the best Parser that will meet my requirement?
Thanks Will....Yeah there will be definitely some complex validations but we wont have a DB access...

Its some thing like reading the file with a specified format,process them with business rule validation and then write the output to another file with X12 format...
15 years ago
Stan,

Thanks for your reply. Flat file here indicates a record in each line.
The java program needs to read each line,validate the colums of the record according to the system specifications and need to perform business rules and generate the output to another file in a specified format.

As of now i m not sure about how the input file is going to be,[ie the spec and other things]. But before that I just wanted to evaluate whether Java is the right choice to perform this functionlity. With close to 10 million records in a file, will Java be able to acheive the target of completing the execution with better performance?

Thanks,
Neela
15 years ago
I would like to know what would be the best approach to meet the below requirements.

1. A Flat file [text file] has to be processed using Java by performing various validations and business rules. The file will contain close to 15 million records. Each single record will have some business related information´┐Żs and has to be validated separately.

2. File needs to be processed daily and after performing the validations, business rules the output needs to be put into another file or should be written into database.

Constraint: Performance should be a main factor.

Note: The files can be split into multiple files if needed. Also would threading be implemented to get a better performance?

Suggestions are welcome. Thanks in advance.
15 years ago
Hi,

NeelaVinayagam here..I am also interested to join your study group.
i have completed my SCJP with 84%[6 months before].

With regards,
Neela
Hi,

I am new to EJB.can anyone tell what's the need for that and the site,books to learn EJB.
Hi friends,

I m developing a tag library that builts a tree like structure for me. I will be constructing a tree like structure by parsing a XML file. I am using DOM4J for that.

Could some one tell me what kind of design pattern should I follow for implementing this usecase.I am using struts as my framework.

Thanks,
Hi,

Thanks for ur materials and link.I found it very useful.

Thanks,
Neela...
Hi friends,

I m confused with the shift operations.I referred many threads but i could not be clear.

could any one help me out in this..


With regards,
Neela..
Hi Arun,

In the JSP Page,set a property to the two Buttons.
eg)
<html:submit name="Save" value="Save" propery="OperationID">
similarly for the Back Button,
<html:submit name="Back" value="Back" propery="OperationID">


Now in Your Action Form,declare the property Operation Id and generate Getter and Setter for that Property...

I think you are using the Validate method of the Form,
in that you check for the condition whether the operation id is "Back" or "save".

ie)
if(OperationId.equals("Save"))
{
//Perform ur Validations


}
else
{
//Don't perform any validations
}
17 years ago
Hi Arun,

In the JSP Page,set a property to the two Buttons.
eg)
<html:submit name="Save" value="Save" propery="OperationID">
similarly for the Back Button,
<html:submit name="Back" value="Back" propery="OperationID">


Now in Your Action Form,declare the property Operation Id and generate Getter and Setter for that Property...

I think you are using the Validate method of the Form,
in that you check for the condition whether the operation id is "Back" or "save".

ie)
if(OperationId.equals("Save"))
17 years ago
Hi manivannan,

I m in the same situation as of u.But i m having 6 months experience..
located in chennai..
Could u help me how u got the information