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Originally posted by Eric Pascarello:
We really do not have control over this forum software.

Eric

I run my own site, so I can relate. However, the InfoPop board does not include the ability to search by member number (at least the demo version on the site does not include this feature). As such, it leads me to believe that someone did edit the board at one point. Plus, isn't this site managed by software developers? I'm sure making this change would not be difficult.

Regardless, if it can't be done, I'll drop it. I figured this would be something that would be helpful to everyone that comes here, so I decided to post my suggestion. Keep up the good work!
[ March 22, 2005: Message edited by: Bryan Hughes ]
17 years ago
That's a kluge. If the board administrators would like us to have the ability to search upon member number to find posts, they should make it easily accessible from within the profile page.
17 years ago
Actually, disregard my previous post. Both of the suggestions above only work if the person has an easily found post. I don't post very often, so locating a post of mine can be difficult.

IMO, I should be able to click on the "My Profile" link at the top of the page and then see my Member Number displayed in the "View/Update Profile" page. If that isn't option, how about providing the ability to search by member name rather than member number?
[ March 21, 2005: Message edited by: Bryan Hughes ]
17 years ago
Thanks Jeanne. That was the answer I was looking for. I didn't want to rely on posting to find my number.
17 years ago
Unless I'm missing something, my member number isn't displayed in the "My Profile" page. As a result, I'm unable to search for my posts based upon message number (since I have no way of knowing it...outside of posting a new message).

Would it be possible to display that value as part of the general profile?
17 years ago
I'm working on this as well. I've got a working example at work. I'll reply to this message tomorrow when I get a moment to review it.
17 years ago
When you detect the error in your DB layer, why not throw an exception that is then caught in your servlet? In the servlet's catch block, add an attribute to either the session or the request and then forward back to the JSP. The JSP then looks for that value in the session or request and kicks off the corresponding Javascript.
17 years ago

Why don't u cache the JNDI Lookups with something like a service locator?

Can you direct me to some examples of what you're describing? Some of this is new territory for me.
I am currently using JNDI to connect and interact with Sun's LDAP server. However, during performance testing, we've noticed that as the number of user records increase, the speed in which results are returned from the LDAP dramatically decreases.
At this point, after reading about latency issues with JNDI, I'm looking for alternatives. Can someone please comment on their experience with other products that have worked? I'm open to almost anything (openLDAP, Novelle, etc...), so all feedback is appreciated.
The following line of JSP code demonstrates different behavior when running on SunOne and Weblogic 8.x:I have included a screen shot of how the error msg is displayed on each webserver (see below). On SunOne's webserver, the error msg is pushed all the way to the top. However, on Weblogic 8.x, the error msg is displayed exactly where the code is placed (in the body of the page).
If you have any thoughts on how to correct this behavior, please let me know. Thanks!
Click to see image: http://www.askthecommish.com/javaranch/
[ February 17, 2004: Message edited by: Bryan Hughes ]
18 years ago